It’s quite simple to get the most from your network – use clever WiFi names that reflect what you need your internet connection to do. This approach helps your clients to find your business easily and also gives you a stronger grip on how people search for you online.
A creative WiFi name means your clients will find your business easily, while still remaining recognisable. The main reason why people look for things online is to find something that they need and aren’t aware of. For example, if you’re selling art online, you want your website to have something that relates to that.
This often involves one of two important things. The first is something that’s similar to what they’re looking for, so it’s easy to find, but has a more ‘special’ appeal. A good example of this is your product ‘Favicon’.
The second is something which tells the client how to find you, without compromising the design or usability of your website. This is especially important for Internet users, who are always on the move and they’ll generally find whatever they’re looking for – they’re lazy and they like the convenience.
Nowadays, most people are very sensitive about security and confidentiality, so the choice of ‘forget me’ is often the best option. When the time comes to choose a password to use for their password-protected accounts, a lot of people opt for a random one. The downside is that this creates a situation where even the smart clients don’t know what to choose.
The alternative is to choose a password which reflects the kind of person you are. It’s important to pick a simple password which shows they can trust you, and one which will never become a target for any thief who happens to stumble across it. You can also help them to find you by using a secret code – instead of picking a password, they can use a special keyword that you provide to the user interface of their software.
Some of the best and most catchy options are ‘free’valid until’ (sometimes abbreviated to ‘free until’). Most people will just give up after a few seconds and say “I’ve used that before!” Yet this is an excellent way to keep your clients happy and also makes it easier for your site to show up in search results.
The most successful WiFi names are also the simplest ones. As a general rule, when naming your network, try to choose a word that includes one or more of your keywords.
One of the best reasons to use a good WiFi name is that it enables your customers to get on to your site with the least amount of effort. This is essential if you want to show up high in search results when someone does a search on a particular keyword.
I can remember the first time that I saw the phrase ‘Google’ in a link – a few months ago, in fact. I knew immediately that it was relevant to what I was doing – I was involved in Internet marketing. The keyword ‘Google’ was in there somewhere, but because it was in brackets I couldn’t find it.
Then one day I was browsing my emails and came across a message from a large marketer, offering his “best affiliate programs ever” because he was looking for ‘paid traffic’ and he had “developed a special program for this” – I was puzzled and wondered what this was all about. I clicked through and found that this was a Google AdWords campaign – a really good idea to get people to come to my website!
That Google campaign got hundreds of new visitors to my website – and they were all from Google. So next time you’re on the lookout for ideas, take a look at some of the clever WiFi names that you can come up with – they’ll give you a great foundation for your marketing strategy and help your marketing improve the most.
There are many reasons to employ clever WiFi names. You can create a better awareness among your customers, while improving the overall look and feel of your wireless network.
In a wireless network, all the devices on the network are communicating with each other. This communication includes data transfer, wireless LAN content transfer, and information transfer. It is important that every device on the network is identified for the user to successfully complete these tasks.
With such identification, you should be able to see the devices as if they were in the familiar home or office setting. The only problem is that many users don’t have a clue where their computers or routers are located. In the case of an intranet or an international wireless network, it can be very difficult to tell what each device is doing.
When your network includes more than one device, you should be able to distinguish the device’s device name from the IP address of the device. If the device uses a bridge interface (to access the public network), the device’s device name should be displayed along with the bridge IP address. If there is no bridge, then the device’s IP address must be displayed.
Using the local area networks (LAN) feature of Windows 2020 has its benefits, but if you use it exclusively, you are limited to the wireless traffic between two points within the same LAN. For example, suppose you have an Internet Service Provider (ISP) that has routers at both of your offices.
The router at the first office will be able to communicate with the router at the second office, using the same protocols. However, when the traffic is intercepted at the second office, the router at the first office cannot determine which router it is talking to. To solve this problem, you can designate each router in the LAN as its own IP address. You will still need to do some test transmissions from the devices on each office to determine which device is transmitting what data. By creating clever WiFi names, you can easily identify the IP addresses of each of the devices so that they can be recognized by the next router in the network. This is especially important if the network consists of devices on several offices.
Suppose you have a public data center that is situated at the third location identifies the data center and assigns its own IP address. When it receives a request to send a packet, it knows what data the client requested and how it wants to send it. This increases efficiency in the use of the data center and reduces system downtime because of lost packets. This is exactly what happens when you implement clever WiFi names to identify each device in the network.
For internal network setup, you should consider some of the traditional methods of identifying devices in the network. For example, if you have equipment that is not an Ethernet device, it should be identified as an “eXpend”. If you have multiple servers, make sure they are identified as part of a network, using DHCP.
Routers usually use DHCP, but some routers will also automatically assign an IP address to each device on the network. Just by using a simple keyword or a single letter can provide the flexibility needed for an enterprise to identify devices quickly and easily.
One alternative to LANs and IP addressing is to use Wi-Fi. A Wi-Fi access point is similar to a WAN router. It communicates with the network by sending out broadcast signals.
Unlike an internal network, this means that the access point does not have a public IP address. When a client connects to the access point, it automatically identifies itself by sending out a broadcast message. All devices in the network can be identified by the service provider (SP).