Do you ever think that you're going to have time or money to do something by name or title, at least originally?
What is the title of the book, movie, TV show, website, play?
Of course. We all do this.
This is one of the reasons why you should choose the Internet radio or podcast address. The creative, catchy title can significantly influence the number of people who are interested in your project and are able to make a strong appeal to programming.
Consequently, you will find tips for selecting the name or title of the program:  First, make sure that your title is describing the show's unique sales proposal (USP). In other words, what information (or benefits) is your show-selling? Logo to be in a title. For example, the name of my radio program, "Secret Information Revealed Show " effectively discloses its USP, which served as a service for useful, little-known and highly-guarded information.
Second, If possible, the name of the program should call for curiosity. What does this mean? Of course you have to ask questions about your potential audience. Secret Information Revealed Show is another great example of a name that accomplishes this. Interesting curiosity is to appeal to your potential audience – to try and show you. But here's the rubbing: the name or address should answer questions that answer the title and so use the word " PROCESSED " in my program title
to remember that your program is internet based, and therefore consider possible domains to make sure that the domain name is available. So come up with as many changes as possible for as long as you can find the availability. In my opinion, you always have to get a ".com" address, with any other extension. However, if you came up with a killer name and is only available on ".net", go ahead and skip.
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