How to choose domain name for your personal website if the name is hard to spell in English and customers can make a mistake in spelling?
I have the name in English is spelled with a redundant "i" (Petriichuk), and a lot of people confused in the writing like to be? Thoughts were to write one too but I'm afraid to be a mess. Also been thinking of something related to professional activities but she's just a little wide range because I can't think of.
2. You don't have to register as foreign passport your name is spelled.
3. You can even name not to use. I have my sites one by name (not by name) and the other by interest.
antone.Gislason answered on July 2nd 19 at 14:22
Akeem_Erdman26 answered on July 2nd 19 at 14:24
Register multiple domains — basic, and possible misspellings. With the possible domains you can redirect to the primary.
sunny answered on July 2nd 19 at 14:26
Writers use pseudonyms - so you think.
otho.Mraz23 answered on July 2nd 19 at 14:28
But if you have a new passport will be given with a different spelling of the name and last name (as I already had) - will the domain change?
Don't mind the travel and the writing in it.
Esta_Upton answered on July 2nd 19 at 14:30
Registered with all the possible options, unless of course finances will allow. If there is a domain zone in the national language - EV also, if you have not taken. A passport is one of the variants of writing, stick with it not necessarily.
kenton.Huel55 answered on July 2nd 19 at 14:32
Take clear and simple alias. For example, do that in the U.S. media complicated names, and in Russia a couple of times met people who have long and pseudonym name — even a name change (informally, i.e. not in the passport).