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The boys are moving out. Can you help them find a place of their own?

lilu.us
lilu.today
lilu.zone
lilu.nu
lilu.tv
lilu.land
lilu.fyi
liandlu.club
liandlu.com
lilu.press

They’re only 10 and 12, but they’re outgrowing their space and their fans are demanding the boys’ independence.

Can you help choose their online space and pick a domain name for them?

They’ve been living here at Repossible and scattered over at The Cream for a while now, but people are clamoring for, “I don’t want to hang out with their dad, I want to hang with Li & Lu.”

I can’t fight the onslaught of 10 & 12-year olds any longer. It’s time for the boys to move out. But their name in the online world needs a domain and we need to choose one.

Do characters in a book need a domain name of their own? If there is a series of books and they have a following, their fans need a place to find them.

Choosing a domain name for your book’s characters.

For this domain, I’d like to shoot for:

  1. Short: not “theadventuresofliandlu.com” but more “lilu.com”)
  2. Available: lilu.com isn’t available. Here’s a fun place to look for available domain names.
  3. Light:¬†these are kids, young boys. We’re not talking about a law firm. I saw lilu.accountant was available. Not that.
  4. Dot-Com: I no longer find the “dot-com” (e.g. lilu.com) necessary. Sure, it’s the most common, but it’s not required. Also, lilu.com isn’t available. However, liandlu.com is–but I get the name “Lian” in there.
  5. Resilience: they’re going to be living here until either Li or Lu turn 18 (whoever comes first … emotionally). The domain name can’t be lilu.gummybears.

What do you think? Any ideas?

  • Possible: repossible.com/lilu
  • Impossible: lilu.com
  • Repossible: open to suggestions
By | 2017-05-24T13:21:08+00:00 May 21st, 2016|Marketing|1 Comment

About the Author:

Bradley Charbonneau was sitting with his 8-year old reading a bad children's book when he said to his son, "We can do better than this ... and you're going to help me." Then they did it. He hasn't stopped since.

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