By Susan Kendrick
This article is the follow-up to the 9/15/07 posting, “Book Titles: One-Word Wonders.”
One way is to create a URL that shows it is specifically for a book--see the first few suggestions in the list below. Second, as long as your one-word title is not being used in a similar field or industry, you can take advantage of more options like "place" and others below that establish your URL not just as your book, but as your overall business brand that you are using this book to build.
How to do it
To create this kind of book title URL, add words to or otherwise modify the book title so you can find a URL that is available. Here are some examples. In each suggestion below, the blank represents the book title. You can also experiment with using prefixes and endings together. Whatever you choose, remember that the URL has to be easy to say, easy to hear, and most of all—easy to remember.
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