I worked for a domain name registrar for several years on front line support and I'm here to tell you never to register a domain with a hyphen in it unless you really love saying "hyphen" a lot.


"What's your email address?"

"Mike at Mike Solutions dot com dot au. Oh no, with a hyphen after Mike. It's Mike hyphen solutions dot com dot au. No, dot au, not dot com. Yeah Mike at Mike hyphen solutions dot com dot au. Also our website is at WWW dot pro hyphen business hyphen tools hyphen international dot com. No, that one's not dot au. Our SEO guy set it up, yeah how did you know?"
- A conversion I have had too many times for one life.

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