Ever Thought About Adding a Personal Domain Name to Your Profile Website?

Google SEOYou should, it will seriously improve your SEO. Google “Stephen Fells” and take a look at what is top of the organic search results. That’s right – his Follr Website. It’s above LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, multiple blogs he contributes to, it’s even higher than Google+.

You can register any domain to use with your Follr digital identity Website! You can still use follr.me of course but you can also add, for example, YourName.com. Simply log into your Follr account to get started.

Available top level domains include::

  • .com
  • .info
  • .net
  • .biz
  • .org
  • .us

And as always please let us know if you have any questions!

Follr Feature – Professional and Personal Tags

The ‘Follr Tag’ feature allows you to not only describe yourself personally and professional but also to search and connect with a far broader range of people using very specific criteria.

Having logged into your account simply click on ‘Connections’ and then ‘Finder’:

Follr Digital Identity

Your search results are only as good as the quality of tags entered so make sure that for your own account and profile Website you enter as much information as possible and choose your tags (professional and personal) thoughtfully; this is also how others will find you.

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Where Refs Brandish Red the Most

All football fans can think of a time when their team’s chances in a game have been extinguished by a red card. A game can flip on its head on the back of a rash challenge, but also as the result of a rash refereeing decision. The modern game moves so quickly, with officials having to make massive decisions in tiny amounts of time. The infographic below looks at analysis by CIES Football Observatory showing the top flight leagues in Europe with the highest number of red cards per game for the season so far.

This chart shows the average number of red cards per match during the 2016/2017 season, by national top-flight league.

Infographic: Where Refs Brandish Red the Most | Statista You will find more statistics at Statista