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thomas07 says

the guy on my avatar is not me…i just like so much that character :D

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CarlosViloria says

I had been thinking of changing my avatar but after a while it is very difficult because it’s like making a new image will be recognized and some customers would be lost :smug:

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TimMcMorris says

The reason I use my name in my avatar other then for instant brand recognition is because it allows me to change it around while not confusing customers. I think a name, when possible, is much better then an image. Not only that but you can search a name on the web as well.

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