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:
- Short: not “theadventuresofliandlu.com” but more “lilu.com”)
- Available: lilu.com isn’t available. Here’s a fun place to look for available domain names.
- Light: these are kids, young boys. We’re not talking about a law firm. I saw lilu.accountant was available. Not that.
- 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.
- 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