I have for years created websites under my own name, but have recently decided to create a web design business and website, I already have many clients and get more through word of mouth. I figure having a company website will bring even more clients, plus I want to write a blog addressing some of my clients most common questions and some general website advice etc. I have chosen my name, registered the domain, but because I am very fussy about keeping my new 'brand' to myself, I have registered .com .co.uk .net .eu .org .org.uk blah blah blah. Whilst all but the main TLD will be a 301 to the TLD I use, I'm confused whether I should use the .co.uk or the .com for my site. All of my clients are UK based, and I always visit my clients in person, so my clients will likely always be from the UK. However, I would like to build up my blog to attract visitors (not clients) from all over the world. If I use the .co.uk, will I be dramatically decreasing the number of visitors I get from other countries? If I use .com will I loose my identity as a UK company and get less UK traffic, UK traffic being most important to me. or... do you think from a business point of view I should forget about attracting visitors from other countries and just concentrate on my UK clients?