Back in the 90s when I built my first website, (HTML 1 with an incredibly shameful ticker and a sparkling gif backdrop… I cringe every time I think about it) there was a rush on .net domain names.
Then came the rush on .coms. All of a sudden if you had a .net instead of a .com, your business looked old school.
Then came the rush on social media handles and vanity URLs. Consistent branding across Facebook, Twitter, Google +, LinkedIn, etc became very important. If your branding was inconsistent, no one could find you and you were losing sales across various channels.
Now there’s a new player in town: Slack. The only people on earth who aren’t head over heels in love with Slack, are the ones who have never used it.
When you set up your Slack account you have to assign it a unique domain name.
If your business, isn’t using Slack yet, trust me when I say you need to head over to Slack.com to reserve your business domain before someone else snaps it up.
Slack is redefining internal communication and collaboration in companies all over the world right now, it’s only a matter of time until your company makes the switch from your antiquated communication tool to Slack.
Feel free to send me gifts when you switch to Slack in a few months and already have your branded domain reserved. You’re welcome in advance.