Some of you already do this, have done it in the past, or forgot about it. This may prove to be useful as an added domain or brand exposure technique to stimulate local area awareness. Over the years I have liked to play with my smartphones tethering, which I use for the data on my laptop, while working remotely from anywhere in the U.S. I am at the time (Talk about freedom!). I change the account name to funny slogans, brand names and/or domain names I own. It's funny, because I forget that I do that a lot of times and in situations like the last three day's, when the local free wifi goes out and you fire up your mobile/mifi/wifi/data smartphone to tether too for those days and then a few days later stumble across some of the analytical data from those days that reminds you why you started setting your data sharing account name to your domain names landing page or website. For perspective, when you set your data account to your domain name and the power or wifi goes out in the local area (Or someone just looking for wifi), everyone freaking out that their signal was lost, rush over to the available wifi list, where your domain asset is staring them in the face, creating curiosity, and sometimes a desire to check it out once they get back online. It might look something like mine does in a wifi list: And for better perspective on the results, you can see a few analytics logs where I was using the data connection with my domain on the account and other people at the same RV park we were staying at visited the domain those days too when park WiFi came back on. I have even seen many return multiple times weeks or months later after finding us this way.. Note: The black icon of the person was my connection at the park. At any rate, I thought I would share that in case someone was interested in creative brand or domain name exposure to get people to your landing page or website. It works turning it on while sipping coffee in a coffee shop too. I know, I've done it. People are always checking for free wifi at coffee shops, so it's "In your face" local exposure (Within signal reach, the bigger the crowd, the better the results). Have you ever used this creative technique to get more visits to your domains? Maybe at an event that's about the same niche as your domain you used so that it's a targeted audience of potential buyers seeing it? Interesting to think about..... I may have to monitor this at a big event with a matching asset. What's your experience?