For the record, I am NOT a web expert, so whatever I say here comes from my own common sense, not any expertise on the matter.
I would first try to get a domain name that is MINE - for example, I own JenniferAllan.net (ja.com is a porn star, bummer). I also own sellwithsoul.com and other domain names that are obvious to who I am.
I've never been a real fan of all the convoluted market-specific domain names - it's great if you can get an obvious one (e.g. denver.com), but at this point, those are all gone.
However, on our Rookie Show last month, one of my guests said that she has her domain name (www.sarahsellstoledo
) on her back windshield and has gotten business from it.
IMO (again, my very un-expert O) is to simply nail down a domain name that is easy to remember, fits nicely on a business card and easy to say outloud without a lot of additional instruction. Make that your website until you come up with something you absolutely love and then just direct that new name to the "old" site.