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2/08/2017

How to Find Out Availability Name Domain, Blog and Social Media

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How to Find Out Availability Name Domain, Blog and Social Media | For those of you who just want to be a blogger or active in social media, the first thing that comes to mind is the name and username that will be used to become a 'brand' blog. Although it sounds simple, choose a blog name is sometimes not that easy.

Well, this time alltutorials will not discuss how to choose a name and username on a blog or social media. However, the site to find out the availability of the username on all blogs or social media sites that you use.

That way, you know if the username you chose is already used by people on other continents, or on any social media. Importantly, the site is also useful for companies who want to check the username for a brand or product you want to promote on social media.

It is very easy. As quoted from page Make Use Of, Wednesday (08/02/2017), you can check it yourself on the web site "namecheckr". For example, you want to use the username "@maulana", type in the column, and then wait for the results.

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The whole social media to a blog site will show the availability of the username you are looking for. If Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter to show a red circle in the upper right corner of the logo, it means the username you chose is already used by another person.

Well, or social networking sites that display a green check mark, it means the opposite. That is, your username is still available or you can use. Easy, right?

Referring to the image above, this time some social networking sites or blogs can you check his username include: Blogger, Domains (.com), Domain (.net), domains (.org), Facebook, Flickr, Foursquare, Instagram, Last.FM, Myspace, Pinterest, Reddit, Spotify, Tumblr, Twitter, Vimeo, and YouTube.

For more information, you can check directly at this link. Good luck!

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