"Big companies understand the importance of brands. Today, in the Age of the Individual, you have to be your own brand. Here's what it takes to be the CEO of Me Inc." Tom Peters
With your personal domain, you are advertising you on your business cards, brochures, signs or any other form of advertising. If for some reason you change companies, your brand goes with you.
Your personal domain can be an extension of your business card. You are no longer limited to a 2x3 piece of paper. You can now have larger photos, more text, it is limited only by you imagination.
Have you ever Googled yourself to see what comes up? I think we’ve all Googled someone new who we’ve met, personally or professionally, to find out more about them.
Think about what personal branding can do for you. If you have a new customer, a job interview, a meeting with someone special, chances are they are going to be curious enough to see what they might find out about you. You will be Googled.
Plus now people will find you before they meet you. More and more customers are using Google to find businesses instead of the Yellow Pages.
|Everyone should have their own domain name. Your domain name is the center of your Internet identity. If you use a free domain name or a free page on your company's domain, what will you do if they go out of business or you change companies? You can still use your existing website. Your new domain name will automatically forward there. But you control it and you can change it at any time.
This is important: Every business person should have their own domain name!
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Tips for Choosing Your Domain Name
Below are some of the things should you take into consideration when choosing the name that will represent you on the Web:
Keep it short
Avoid Trademarked Names
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