Please don’t take this personally, as clearly your url is based on your name.
More unique than ‘JohnSmith.com’ and therefore better suited to SEO for searches of your name.
To me, the spelling is less memorable and (maybe it is just me) but on first glance I may assume it to me a law firm.
My recommendation would be that you consider brand identity. As a start, dipperdolphin.com is available for £10/yr here. It doesn’t tell me what you do, but it’s more memorable if you tell a prospective client to find you on dipperdolphin.com. Right or wrong, it could give you more professional credence than mynamehere.com.
To echo @danmullen, you might see @gmail.com small businesses in your local newspaper or online business directory. Whilst not a lot of people are receptive to cold calling, you could take a short term hit by offering to create websites for half a dozen local businesses for free (perhaps with the caveat that all they pay for is the domain), and then relying on them to recommend you to their fellow small business owners at introductory rates before then building yourself up into a reputable local company yourself and charge a ‘normal’ fee structure.
Source: this is basically what a young lad local to us did, offering to make a website for my dad and one other local business as a college project. He carried on to do another few and now has a profitable business off the back of it.