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If you are thinking about starting a business and you have some great domain name ideas, I suggest you go ahead and check to see if they are available, set up and account with GoDaddy, and possibly buy one or more just in case. They have great introductory prices that start at $6.95 per year. I have purchased several domain names with them and have really liked their service and prices. I have not used their hosting but if their customer service on hosting is as good as their customer service on domain names, then it’s probably pretty good!
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So I’ve been putting off joining Facebook mostly because I haven’t had time to set it up (lame I know) but partly because I wanted to be one of the last people on the planet (just kidding) to join. I sometimes refer to myself as the late adopter high-tech CEO. Kind of strange to think about really. I broke down and joined Facebook today.
So why did I join now? Here are some reasons:
- I had some friends invite me to join
- I saw Robert Scoble post about Facebook ad noseum. I think he has to get a commission or something from Facebook or maybe he got a finder’s fee for Microsoft’s recent investment, which probably made him very happy. I tried to add him as a friend but I got a notice saying he has too many friends
- I started to feel like I was missing out on something (peer pressure, curiosity)
- I wanted to learn more about the advertising options on Facebook (Facebook Ads) that Fred Wilson has been mentioning in some of his recent posts.
- I’m hoping someone at Facebook will discover me and my company and give me lots of moola.
There are quite a few parenting and baby groups on Facebook so I’ll sit back and observe and see if that might be a good avenue to advertise Babble Soft.
If anyone has long term experience with Facebook (or has any news on what they are planning to do with the Microsoft money) I’d love to hear about your experiences. Do you click on the ads and if you do, do you purchase anything?
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