“I am a member of the Everywhere Society and Everywhere has provided me with compensation for this post. However, all thoughts, and opinions expressed are my own.”
Most people can name someone they know that helps everyone else, and often neglects themselves in the process; my friend Brittney is that person in my life. In the seven years that I have known her, she has been nothing but selfless. She worked tirelessly organizing events for a nonprofit, and she has allowed her dreams of opening up an eventing planning business to fall by the wayside. When the Everywhere Society approached me about working with domain.me and gifting a domain name to someone, I knew I wanted to work with them. I knew from the start that I wanted to give a domain to Brittney. Hopefully this gift will help Brittney get her event planning business off the ground.
As an entrepreneur, I know the struggles of trying to start your own business. It takes time and money, and both can be in short supply. The gift of a .Me domain name can be multi-purpose. Do you know an aspiring writer or a business owner? Many people struggle with the idea of “taking that big leap” and investing in themselves. A domain.Me allows an individual to begin personal branding. They have a fantastic motto, “Me is about You.” The unique URL allows them to distinguish themselves from their competitors. .Me even has a blog name generator which can help them establish a unique name. They also have tons of tips and tutorials on the .Me blog to help them get started. .Me even has premium domain names. Gifting a .Me domain is a gift with the potential to keep on giving.
I am excited to watch Brittney establish her business and I know she will be successful. Earlier this year, she was awarded the Kentucky Federation of Women’s Clubs Junior Clubwoman of the Year for service to Bluegrass Junior Woman’s Club. She has years of experience planning events and volunteering with the club. I am hopeful that the .Me domain that I gifted to Brittney will help her brand a blossoming event planning business.
Do you have all of your holiday shopping done? Have you considered gifting a domain.Me to someone this holiday season?
Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post from the Everywhere Agency for domain.Me,
however all opinions are entirely my own.