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Thread: How do YOU use your own Name as a Domain?

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    I never did buy my name, but perhaps I ought to do so!

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    Yeah - even if you do not use it you prevent someone else using it and perhaps diluting your brand...

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    I'm so glad you asked this question. I've really be re-thinking how I use mine http://shannonstoltz.com now that I'm making the transition away from a service based business. I love what Loretta and Nicole Dean have done with their's, but still am debating on what I want to accomplish with it, especially since I have different audiences (corporate and personal). The examples everyone is sharing is helping me think through this some more.

    Thanks for asking the question Alex!

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    Glad it's helping folks - it's certainly helping me. I love the way Loretta has her name domain laid out...I don't think I've seen Nicole's...better have a look now...

    :-)

    What's the domain name? (Just kiddin')

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    Great question!

    Mine needs work and it's basically got the same purpose as Loretta's and Angie's but I think it's got too many pages.

    Here's my domain name site:
    http://www.AngelaWills.com

    and I also did a bit of a resume site here with my name that gets me on page 1 of Google for my name too:
    http://www.HireAngelaWills.com

    both need to be updated but they're out there too

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    I think they're awesome too, Pine - that's why I asked the question!!

    And welcome to the SSWT forum too!!

    :-)

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    Glad it could help you, Pine! Welcome to SSWT. Feel free to introduce yourself so we can get to know you. And if you have any questions, ask away!
    ~Angie~

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    Oh, this is a terrific thread!

    I purchased my name for a domain a couple years ago, and all I've done is link it to my primary Web site, Konceptuality.

    I'm seeing some really good ideas here that I can do with it, too...or instead of.

    Thanks, Alex, for the original question.
    Karen McGreevey
    Web site: Konceptuality
    Blog: Kittens 'n Things
    Twitter me KarenMcGreevey

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    "Thanks, Alex, for the original question"

    You're welcome Karen. This comes out of Lynn's Challenge to us to get our act together and plan 2010.

    So I get my domains list printed out and start to optimise all I have BEFORE I can buy any more!!

    It's like not getting any dinner until I get my homework done!

    So the name domain is there in the list and off I go to my brainstorming buddies @ SSWT to get some examples and ideas.

    I'm much better at questions than answers...

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    Any domain registrar will do:these guys may well be the cheapest otherwise stick to any place you are happy with

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