The One Reason You Should Own Your Domain Name

Most people wander around life without caring who owns their domain name. When I say domain name in this context, I’m talking about their name online – for me, that’s

Sometimes, even those that should know make this elementary mistake. For example, Carly Fiorina, a former HP CEO who’s now running for President in the United States, left available. Someone purchased the domain to make a statement about her tumultuous tenure as HP’s CEO saying:

Carly Fiorina failed to register this domain.
So I’m using it to tell you how many people she laid off at Hewlett-Packard.

And then proceeded to post 30,000 sad faces.


The temptation to leave your domain un-registered is great. You may think you’re not famous yet and so registering your domain isn’t important. But you never know when you might need it and you never know what someone may say about you online using your name.  So don’t wait till you’re running for President.  Open your computer and register your domain name now.  You never know what might happen.

Just ask Linda Ikeji.


  • Taiwo J Orilogbon says:

    fortunately, only 0.001% of the people in the world care about this [sarcasm]. How many TLDs can you eventually register ? What about other versions? The one that starts with “the” or “official”. What about the one that contains “-“? Please sir how many names should I register?

    • Taiwo, those were the questions that came to my mind.
      If I register, how about
      The possibilities are many.
      Seriously what does Seyi suggest?

      • Prince Oluwasegun Abisagbo says: is preferable. wld come up first in searches

        • Raymond says:

          I do not agree with .com coming first in searches, because it is the most popular doesn’t make it rank the highest, but its a good way to go having .com… by the way, domain name sellers now have handsome packages.. you could buy them as a package and save yourself the stress.

  • Zxcvbnm says:

    I was half expecting to see after scrolling to the end that this post was sponsored by whogohost.

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