Should you use your own name as your domain name?
What are the pros and cons
I think if you plan to provide a service (as an individual) to the public, you should. Using your own name allows you to brand yourself because if you're a great teacher, there will come a point where you'll have many followers. The only con I can think of in doing this is if someone has a concern about their privacy. As far as a pro, chances are your name will be available when you go to purchase the domain. That is, of course, you have a unique name.
by Barbara Badder4 years ago
I want to start a new blog at Blogger. Where is the best place to purchase a domain name and how do I add it to my blogger account? Thanks for any help.
by bncpro5 years ago
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by SiddSingh12 months ago
Calling all SEO experts on Hubpages -What do you think about using numbers in domain names - does it have any effect on SEO? Does this look spammy, or more importantly, SEs will consider them spammy?For example, which...
by Dorsi Diaz8 years ago
I've tried this twice before, once through Yahoo (mistake) and once through VistaPrint (another mistake and they now have my name hostage). I once had a great site that a webmaster maintained for me and that was a good...
by saleheensblog6 years ago
LOL, not indeed. Whatever, I need to know something from you people now. As I am earning some money online I feel myself "money will come" confident now to invest for creating my OWN website. Here and...
by Kate Swanson7 years ago
Almost a year ago, I was reading Lissie's excellent Hubs about her quest to make money online, and she said to be sure to grab the domain of your own name. So I did (MarisaWright.com).It's up for renewal soon and...
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