Welcome to Yeyan.com, a place for everything Yeyan. Yeyan is a family name usually found in Chinese families. If your family name is Yeyan, you should definitely consider owning this domain name, as it can represent you perfectly online. When it comes to having an online presence, owning your family name in its .com variant is the best way of doing it. First of all, people can easily find your site when they know your family name and they can easily remember your name when your site has the same name as you. It’s the basis of personal branding and most people pay considerable amounts of money to be able to own their own name. Once you have it, it will be remain yours and your family’s for as long as you renew it.
You can create sites, a blog, a photo gallery for your family, you can create an email address @yeyan.com and you can use it in many other ways. You can even use it to keep your CV on it, so that any potential employer that looks for your name finds your site and he can learn more about you.
When you look for the name Yeyan online, Google shows over 23,000 results, a sign that there are plenty of families out there which have this name.
Wondering why you should pick the .com instead of another extension? It’s because the .com extension is the most well known domain extension out there. Net and Org don’t even come close. The numbers say it best, with 90 million registered .com’s, 13 million .net and 8 million .org’s. Whenever people think about a domain name, they automatically think it’s a .com domain and that’s the first extension they will try if they only remember the name. Even Google tends to give a small boost to exact match .com domains when it comes to ranking for their keywords.
It’s Also Brandable
If you’re looking for a name to use for a company, a short 5 letter long domain can be a very good choice. Since it’s not a real word, you can build on it and make it into whatever you need. One other good thing is that you don’t pay for it huge amounts of money, like you would for a dictionary domain name.
The shorter the domain name is, the easier it is for your customers to remember it and to come back to it.