|zyTyz.com -- zyTyz|
The things that stand out are often the oddities.
-- Pierre Salinger
Admittedly, "zyTyz" is a somewhat tricky name, a mouthful that would definitely NOT pass the radio test. It is pronounceable ("y" acting in place of "i"), but this term is not for a strictly aural medium.
Moreover, except for a few user names, it has no generic root meaning that we can find or discern.
What we do like (and believe that a forward-thinking company might like) is its visual symmetry, increasingly important in a visual culture.
This palindrome with the letter "T" in the middle offers many great opportunities to develop a logo in a most creative and unique manner; we like the idea of the letter "T" acting as a tent, an all-inclusive symbol for a company's core values.
Also, if you want a 5-letter palindrome "consonant-vowel-consonant-vowel-consonant" domain with "T" as the middle letter, good luck finding available domains. In this case, "y" acts as a vowel (an "i" sound). For "Z" fans, there are only 6 and all are already owned. For any CVCVC domain with the desirable "T" as the middle letter, there are only 126 palindrome possibilities (including "y" as both a consonant and vowel).
We are the first owners of this domain, which means it has never been used for any nefarious purposes, so your company would be using a clean term--no nasty issues regarding former usage. This pure domain is ready for the search-engine love that it deserves.
We found no trademarks on "zytyz," "Zyt yz," "Zyt," "sytyz," or "sytys" on USPTO.gov. There are two live marks on "Syt" (disclosed only because "Z" and "S" are close to each other on the qwerty keyboard).
(Includes domain and logo.)