It's very common to mix names and numbers within a screen name -- especially when the name you want to use is already taken! In those situations, most websites will designate numbers for you so that your new screen name is unique. Adding numbers to your screen name certainly helps your chances, since there are so many numerical combinations to try. Whether they're the numbers in your home address, graduation year or favorite digit, where do these numbers fit in best?
Let's take our "libralady" and throw some digits into the mix: what's the difference between "321libralady," "libra321lady" or "libralady321"? According to the numbers ... nothing! Surprisingly, where numbers are placed within a name has no impact on the Dominant Impression Number, Vowel Vibration Number or Base Vibration Number. It's the letters that hold the most weight here, so you needn't be concerned about the numbers being placed in the beginning, middle or end of your screen name.
Now, let's say our Libran lady's full name is Mrs. Cynthia Allison Smith. Should her screen name feature her first name, her title or her initials? Using the screen names, "Cynthia321," "MrsSmith321" and "CAS321" Numerology tells us that Cynthia321 is powerful, plain and simple. Its first impression is hardworking and strong, backed up with its Vowel Vibration that recognizes further the name's ambitious drive. MrsSmith321, on the other hand, reflects softness. Its first impression is passionate, diplomatic and "promotes a careful and competent decision-making process" -- which makes sense, since this screen name belongs to a person who is so proud of her marital bond that she wants to share it with the online world. Although the vowels in MrsSmith321 do not reflect financial strength in itself, they tend to attract resources of just about every other kind: people, governments and institutions. CAS321 is much more masculine. While its Dominant Impression is capable and determined, its Vowel Vibration adds a sense of adventure, plus masculinity and aggression. This is also quite fitting, because initials can be more androgynous, while first names tend to go, for the most part, one way or the other.
Use Your Words
With the help of the Name Advisor, try experimenting with different words that mean the same thing (girl, gal, lady and so on). While different numbers certainly have different meanings, don't worry about where they're placed in the screen name itself. And finally, just like we all have different names we go by, whether it's our first names, our titles or our initials, each one carries its own set of characteristics.
Now that online communication is widespread, consider the psychological impact your screen name may have on other people before you change or create one -- and use those traits to your advantage in the online world and beyond.