This is from a free site I use a lot Pentest-Tools I felt it would help you more than just doing a WOT search or the whois/alexia/dns lookups. This should be able to answer your question bye running a quick test to see if it shows up as you or not.
'Find Subdomains' allows you to discover subdomains of your target
domain and increase your attack surface.
Finding subdomains is useful in a penetration test because they point
to different applications and indicate different external network
ranges used by the target company. For instance, x.company.com points
to IP 184.108.40.206 and y.company.com points to IP 220.127.116.11. Now you know two
different ip ranges possibly owned by your target and you can extend
the attack surface.
Furthermore, subdomains sometimes host 'non-public' applications (e.g.
test, development, restricted) which are usually less secure than the
public applications so they can be the primary attack targets.
Domain name: is the target domain (ex. oracle.com, yahoo.com, etc)
Include subdomain details: this option instructs the tool to do DNS
resolution for each subdomain discovered and whois queries in order to
determine the network owners of the ip addresses
To use this free tool and check what shows up when you search your name you can click the following link.
How it works
This tool uses multiple techniques to find subdomains such as: DNS zone transfer, DNS enumeration based on a specially chosen wordlist and public search engines queries.
I hope this was helpful. Remember that namecheap offers the added package of privacy protection and I am sure many other companies like hostgator and godaddy do as well. Good luck.