Discussion in 'Domain Appraisals' started by bensd, Jun 4, 2011.
BenB.co.uk sounds cool!! That is the one I would pick.
bens-blog.co.uk is a horrible name to remember and I hate the -.
BenBroadhurst.com would be good if you want to brand your name.
BenB.co.uk for me out of those 3 mate.
BenB is the eye and mind catcher
BenBroadhurst.com or something totally different. Had Bens-Blog.co.uk been unhyphenated, I'd have voted for that. But from those 3 choices, the .com is the only one that makes sense...
I agree with Edwin, a .com would have a more universal appeal and
easier to sell if it became huge.
Bensb.com is free to reg , 5-letter .coms might even be worth something
What's the blog going to be about and what are its aims?
BenBroadhurst.com is probably easier to get recognition for. The Ben B term is catchy but you've already got a fair bit of competition there.
I don't really like bens-blog, too vague.
Thanks for all the comments and votes so far
Not worried about selling it on, it's my name!
Will be my personal blog.
don't like any of them tbh.
I suggest Benwrote.com or Ihaveakeyboard.com both ftr
If you need to rank in the search engines for searches on your name (eg because of prospective employers Googling you, because of the need to sell your expertise, etc) then fullname.com is good. If it's only family/friends reading it, then the name doesn't matter.
Separate names with a comma.