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Because other, more common domains were not available. FM is not exclusive to music, and is some times used to mean "for me"

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I would suggest using your old domain, unless you are changing your complete, brand identity into a new entity. 1. Your domain name is a part of a hierarchy that Google reads, meaning that if you create a new domain, it will lose that ranking. 2. The new domain also means you will "tell" the s...

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Choosing the right domain is what I do for a living. If you'd like to schedule a call, I'll give the matter some thought ahead of time. We should be able to figure things out by phone in 15 minutes or less.

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Both domains are very important. I suggest that you use both of them in different ways. If you believe that your empiric spirit domain is a "company" that you would like to support in social media and in articles, etc., for years to come, support it on its own domain separately from your person...

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Not enough information. Tactics depend on various factors: (1) the venue, since auction formats differ greatly across domain market places; (2) which of various auction types at a given website you're looking at; (3) listing settings decided by the seller such as "buy now" options or a minimu...

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I face the same challenge! I came up with a separate name that still represents my brand but doesn't force users/partners/clients to try and remember my complicated name.

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It's far less important than it used to be, because so many social media businesses are much more reliant on their apps than their desktop websites these days. Instagram launched (and grew fast) with the domain instagr.am, for instance.

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From a SEO perspective the domain shouldn't really make any difference - or at least not a major one. As Google often emphasizes they try to rank by relevance for the user. There's one main exception, which would be ccTLDs (country level domains). And while .CO is a ccTLD, it's considered a gener...

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It always starts with the list. You mention 'non opt-in' lists, which is certainly more troublesome than any domain name. Your best course of action is to get a new domain, re-confirm the lists you have (requiring the subscriber to click through in order to stay on), and only accept confirmed op...

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