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We are a small (husband and wife) consulting company specializing in data mining, development of custom reports, ERP implementation and configuration, and development of custom, web-enabled applications for business process management in the San Francisco Bay Area (focusbizconsulting.com). Keywords for our type of business are very expensive. What is the best way to promote our business to the local community online?
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Hi, quick question that I've never really thought about. I'm designing a website for a business called Valparaiso Hobby. Valparaiso is the name of the city. However, it is commonly referred to as Valpo by most people in the town.
So what are some thoughts on ValparaisoHobby.com vs ValpoHobby.com?
Right now I'm leaning towards the shorter version for simplicity, but this is an issue I've never really dealt with before and I don't really know the impact such a difference may have. One thought I had is maybe people out of town may not know the slang term for the city, but I'm not sure. Anyone with experience have any advice on which may be better or worse and why?
Thanks matt, that's actually an excellent idea that I somehow didn't even think of! Great solution and thanks for the help.
Honestly, I would purchase both.
Valparaiso is a hard name to pronounce and spell so the simpler, the better. On the other hand, it is the name of the business. I would purchase both and have the shorter one automatically redirect to the other.
When marketing, I would refer people to the shorter version for simplicity.
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