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    Acquiring your own legal domain name can make new client contacts easier for you. Having an email address on your own domain not only looks more professional
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 24, 2006
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      Acquiring your own legal domain name can make new client contacts easier for you.

      Having an email address on your own domain not only looks more professional but is also a good advertisement for you as your domain name is attached to every email you send.

      Are you aware that the Rules of Professional Responsibility in many states require that advertising online using a website for prospective client contact via a law-based domain must contain the name of at least one active attorney?

      On the other hand, you may want to simply put up a vanity site or use a vanity email account to put the world on notice that you are a practicing attorney-at-law.

      With the growing power of the internet and new clients combing the web looking for representation, your webpage or email address may actually be more important to your image than your logo, letterhead, or business cards combined!

      Once you acquire the domain, you are in complete control and take sole possession for as long as you desire. Then, you can pass the domain along to your heirs. This is the highly coveted dot com and there is only one.

      Your name is still available and is one-of-a-kind. Claim it today before someone else does.

      Feel free to email me with any questions


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