If you'd scroll down a little and take a look at my blog roll, literally everyone on Blogspot didn't use addresses that are identifiable.
- Deng's - you cannot see me iam invisible
- Mr. GZ's - because it's my take on things
- Nicole - onion vs ginger
- Yeang Shin - ys memories (No, "ys" doesn't count)
- Roberta - Take a bite at my life
Now, why is that?
When I was creating my portfolio blog, I considered excluding my name from the address but thought against it since having it there would help my tutor identify my blog easily.
But look at the blogspot address for: convicted freedom.
It's not identifiable if you didn't already know I was authoring this blog.
Compare "convicted freedom" to "net202 cheahwey".
It would seem I prefer to separate my work and personal spaces.
Why? Is it a security thing ("I don't want my parents to find out about this blog")? Is it a social thing ("my non-name address reflects who I am and what my blog is")? Is it an economic thing ("I want to make moolah")? Okay, definitely not an economic thing. I can't SEO my blog for my life because I don't have a niche.
I'd have to think about that.
Why did you guys use those names for blog addresses huh?