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Looking For A Catchy Name For My Email Address.
Posted by Anonymous on
11/3/2009 at 1:57 PM ET
I'm a new realtor and i'm looking for a catchy name for my email address and a catchy slogan. Thanks!
11/3/2009 at 2:00 PM
All this "simple" stuff without giving us anything about you?
11/3/2009 at 2:18 PM
When it comes to an email address, I'd tie it to your professional website so that address does not end in Hotmail, Gmail, Yahoo.com, Comcast.net or any others that are completely unprofessional looking.
What that means is you going to have to find or develop a URL (domain name) that suits you and the industry you're in.
Speaking of that, the "catchy slogan" you're looking for (it's actually called a tagline), if it is to be appropriate, will depend on what we know about you, your professional skills, where you're working, etc. And right now we know nothing more than that you're a newbie to the profession. That, my friend, is nothing to brag about, and certainly not a confidence-builder to embroider on a pillow...or include in a tagline.
Hope all this helps.
11/3/2009 at 2:58 PM
It would really depend not only finding a catchy name, but finding out if it's available as a domain name.
That will be tricky especially in the .COM domain space.
Probably best if you use an online domain checking service that you can just insert a keyword or two and it will generate some ideas for you with what is avalable to register?
Try the domain sggestion tool here:
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