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When you signed up here at Hubpages, you must have thought of a few alternate hub names or monikers. What else did you consider before settling on the one you use?
I thought of dogslobber, papsmear, among others...
Isn't that misspelled?
I wasn't smart enough to think of other names for myself.
great question...At the time I signed up I really did not know what I would be writing about so I picked the thing I know the most about (technology) and used a shortened abbreviation for my company plus the year I incorporated...boring, I know, but true
yes apparently if you choose a good business name for your account it can help with keywords, but i didn't know at the time, I guess mine is still distinguished in case somebody wants to find me on other blog sites
I always imagined a world of my own - where I could write and let my thoughts flow freely... so "myownworld" came naturally to mind and I never looked further. Except, I never thought I'd be known as "MOW" around here.... though I don't mind, as long as my 'world' is read and valued
we can change your name. How about, Your Own World. YOW...nevermind....Ill keep thinking. I know, I said that the first time I realized the initials splled mow, but I haven't come up with anything yet...
you see, that's the thing we all need to keep in mind when we come up with these names: what will the initials/abrv be like?
lol @ Kim... Avatar Addict is cooool!
I considered avatar addict, shortened AA
Fat Bar steward..... Lean man does contravene the trades description act a little at my size....
i thought of miss take or seasoning, but got sick of them, and Poet Lorraine..... don't really like this either to be honest....
Almost used my title. Rev Dev. Didn't think it'd go well with business. Not practicing right now anyway. Still use the name on a paralyzed blog site.
I have had three relevant nicknames in my life that more than one person has called me- Jersey, Harvard and H.C....
H.C won the honor for a few reason, one of which is it makes me think of spending summers with my favorite aunt-who taught me (amongst other things) which way to turn the faucet to get Hot water or Cold water to come out- and how to remember it. My initials are H.C and Hot is on the left and Cold on the right...it made perfect sense to me when I was 5 (even if it is a bit silly now)...
None, this was the first one I thought of? Wish all things were that simple?
I thought of meggiepoo and supermega and supernova, and maybe someday I'll use those. Of course, by now everyone knows I'm also SoftCornHippo - I have no idea where that name came from! out of my poor, poor addled brain.
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