Disclaimer: This post was inspired and sponsored by Domain.ME, the provider of the personal domains that end in .ME. As a company, they aim to promote thought leadership to the tech world. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
I wasn’t always a blogger. I worked in the corporate world, outside of my home. When I left my job to become a stay-at-home Dad, I decided to use my writing skills to generate income to help take care of my family. Once upon a time I rode a desk in a cubicle for a major insurance company. I felt like I was going nowhere and was just a number among many.
Lucky for me I have a good mentor in the blogging world, which helped me get established. This made it easy for me to settle into a blog groove and allow me time to spend time with my kids at home.
I tell dads all the time that “They need to be home more” and “Spend more time with the family”.
Other benefits to blogging. I am a technology and gadget lover. Blogging helped me to learn more about technology and has allowed me to become a brand ambassador for several companies. I get to try out lots of cool new gadgets for myself and my family and I get to write about the experience. Getting paid by sponsors to do that is rewarding. Over the past 4 years I have become a major influencer through my success as a blogger.
Domain.ME provides a secure environment for establishing an online identity for either personal use or for a business. There are more than 190 accredited domain registrars that operate as .ME resellers. Domain.ME isn’t a website building platform. It does provide the space needed to create your unique personal online presence via blogs, websites, and online portfolios.
.ME domain names are not restricted. They are open to anyone who wants to register using any memorable and catchy name to attract attention. The .ME is short and relatable. Domain.ME and its partners want you to be successful. If you are new to blogging, like I was a few years ago, consider ramping up your marketing by getting a premium .ME domain name.
This post was inspired and sponsored by Domain.ME, the provider of the personal domains that end in .ME. As a company, they aim to promote thought leadership to the tech world. All thoughts and opinions are my own.