07 Dec '17, 2am

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Twitter Facebook 0 LinkedIn 0 Google 0 Pinterest 0 UPDATED: APRIL 25, 2017 You racked your brain to come up with just the right name for your business online . Your domain name — a name that perfectly represents who you are and what you’ve got to offer. Maybe you nabbed a .com or went with one of the new domain extensions — like .guru or .photography or .nyc — to name your online presence. So, what’s next? Want to register another domain name? Here’s your chance: SEARCH If you have registered a domain name , you probably have some idea of what you want to achieve, but you might not know where to start. Follow along as I break down a few options that might make sense for you and your business. (I’ll bet more than one will fit the bill.) You’ve registered a domain. Here are 4 ways to use it Use your domain for a custom email address. Create a website that’s attached to your ...

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