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Does the exact Twitter handle add value to a domain?

Does the exact Twitter handle add value to a domain? If you own a short domain name that represents your brand do you think the exact twitter handle match adds value to your brand? Twitter seems the be the top tool most companies use to communicate with the public and as such it is becoming more and more important to procure your brands twitter handle. What is a twitter handle? Your username  –– also known as your handle –– begins with the “@” symbol, is unique to your account, and appears in your profile URL. Your username is used to log in to your account, and is visible when sending and receiving replies and Direct Messages. People can also search for you by your username. Have any members been able to get a direct match to their business brand? Discuss this topic at: - A great name to use in the UK?

I saw for sale on Flippa and thought it was an interesting domain. I would much prefer the singular version of this domain but even the plural interested me enough to follow it through and click on the listing. You can see quite clearly that the seller is Shelva from the United Kingdom and I found that interesting so I punched the name into the URL bar and it came up at listed by Visual Media with an interesting forwarding address at: If you follow that link through it finally gets to" When you get to Visual Media you can click on all listings: … =relevance  which clearly shows a domainer that is looking for payment in European currencies. The domainer has lots of European domains and to me it looks like is not a Canadian. Further more whois is also quite interesting first you finally get a selling price. Then you get to the whois data: So interestingly enough the eviden