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  • DarrVao777
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    anyone tried or using the .doctor domain for their practice? much more expensive than the .com, .org etc.

     

    also, what makes more sense for a domain (xxxx are first and last name)

    drxxxxxxxx.com

    or

    xxxxxxxxmd.com
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    Agree with all the other advice

    - I would definitely recommend .com as .doctor isn't as common. Furthermore, I have found patients (especially non-tech savvy ones) are much more reluctant to visit websites that don't end with .com

    - If in doubt, snap both names up. If you use a host like godaddy (I prefer Google domains), it shouldn't be expensive and you can route one name to lead to the other name.

    - I have a very common name. I snapped my domain name up in high school. I've had offers to unlock and transfer my domain name, not high enough yet to tempt me however

     

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  • DoubleMDs
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    .com for sure. Use your name (especially if it's easy to spell). Use godaddy or something similar. Relatively inexpensive and user friendly.

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  • conniebird
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    .com for sure

    and buy both domains, one can point to the main one.

    I tell my residents to buy their names during residency so someone else doesn't.

     

     

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  • ZZJ
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    website domain for practice

    anyone tried or using the .doctor domain for their practice? much more expensive than the .com, .org etc.

     

    also, what makes more sense for a domain (xxxx are first and last name)

    drxxxxxxxx.com

    or

    xxxxxxxxmd.com
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