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Does repeating name in email address look unprofessional? [duplicate]

I have set up my own domain and kicking off freelance service in my field, I have been considering my email address and I am not sure how to make it professional. Because the domain name contains my ...
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9 votes
7 answers
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Does my employer care about my GitHub username?

If the username does not provide NSFW or offensive vibe, but is not a standard one like firstname.lastname or firstinitial.lastname, etc. does it annoy you as an employer? Examples of such usernames ...
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8 votes
5 answers
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Choosing professional name for mail address when the domain is "NameSurname.xxx" [duplicate]

I am struggling to find the perfect form for my mail address when I have the domain => NameSurname.fr I currently have [email protected] and [email protected] but in my need to have ...
CheshireChild's user avatar
2 votes
4 answers
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Putting your e-mail on your resume [duplicate]

I was passing my resume to a friend so he could pass it along to his company. He was taking a look at it and gave me a list of things I should fix. This was one of them: Get a Gmail or a custom ...
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2 votes
4 answers
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What kind of email address should I use in CV? [closed]

I have read "What should a professional email address look like?". My problem is somewhat similar to this but not all. At first when I was creating my gmail username (age of 15) I got frustrated ...
Anirban Nag 'tintinmj''s user avatar
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4 answers
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Domain email vs. Public email [duplicate]

When starting a new company with a website, is it more professional to use an email in the format [email protected] rather than [email protected]? Why would it make a difference? I took a look at the ...
Academiphile's user avatar
27 votes
3 answers
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Using [email protected] for professional communication

What image/impression does it convey if I use the admin email alias on my own domain? It is not a personal website but a product site and I run the server but I am also the founder of the company so I ...
ahron's user avatar
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3 answers
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What is the best way to choose email address? [duplicate]

Does name and dob combinations best suits for email addresses in professional world? (ex: [email protected])
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3 votes
2 answers
11k views

Numbers in your email address [duplicate]

In case the name.lastname@ of an email is already taken, is it ok to add one or two numbers after your last name? Are people and employers going to notice such a thing? Is it still professional to ...
Mark88's user avatar
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2 votes
2 answers
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Does a custom email with top-level domain ".fyi" seem unprofessional? [duplicate]

Some time ago I've invested in my personal custom domain. No desirable variations of my name were available with a .com top-level domain so I went for .fyi instead. I like it - in my optinion its ...
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2 votes
2 answers
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using an alias adress for a job application [duplicate]

Some email providers allow you to 'tag' an email address by putting a + and something after it, and I often use this to sort my emails. If I were to put [email protected] instead of ...
Roshan Bhumbra's user avatar
2 votes
2 answers
604 views

Should I change my teenage username for a new one? [closed]

Since I was about 12, I am using an username, with this username I signed up in a lot of pages, posting about everything, except politics, porn, racism, etc. I got some designs saved with this ...
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0 votes
2 answers
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Applying for computer science internships, using email with .dev ending [duplicate]

Google Domains recently released the .dev domain extension and I was able to register jdoe.dev (example). Would putting [email protected] on a resume be a bad idea or potentially too confusing? My fear ...
X33's user avatar
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0 votes
2 answers
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Is first name only better than full name in e-mail address? [closed]

I have a choice to use first names instead of first and last name in professional e-mail addresses, for example: [email protected] or [email protected] It would like to speed up communication ...
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