Now HP is converting into sub domains .how to choose a domain name ? Can I choose keywords as my domain name ? .Or Can i select a different name other than my present profile name ?
It is your username that they want you to choose...not sure about if any usernames are keyworded....for all accounts I'm sure you can go and select it now, you'll find it on your profile tab in your dashboard and then click the sub domain tab....
You go here and it gives you choices.
then click on subdomain from the box on the left. As far as I know everyone can do this.
You subdomains is your username--you don't get to choose
If you want to choose your own subdomains for webpages use coRank, providing you know HTML
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