Dominion.Domains

About .Domains....do you own any?

Labeled as information in Domain Extensions started by Bulloney, Jun 28, 2018.

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  1. Bulloney

    Bulloney Upgraded Member Blue Account

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    Donuts is the registry for .Domains, and you might say I've gone a little overboard buying the following:

    Divine.Domains
    Theme.Domains
    Banking.Domains
    Vacation.Domains
    NameGame.Domains
    Progressive.Domains


    If you do have any...do you have plans to develop them?

     
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  2. Kate

    Kate Domainosaurus Rex VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    .Domains really looks like an extension for domainers and registrars (can't really think of any other end users).
    The few that I have seen in the wild were all domainers portfolios.
     
  3. talking.domains

    talking.domains Established Member

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    I just dropped my forum name talking.domains, I don't need portfolio site and it looks amateurish for anything serious (95% of my names are .com)
     
  4. canvasboutique

    canvasboutique Established Member

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    I also agree that I don't see this domain extension being targeted for end users.

    It doesn't look professional, especially given plenty of short, meaningful, commercial alternatives.

    The registry has been struggling for the last 3 years to retain a measly 7,000 registrations. The writing is on the wall with this one. As hard as it may be, I'd drop them.
     
  5. Bulloney

    Bulloney Upgraded Member Blue Account

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    We agree again:xf.wink:...each of the .Domains names I registered are for the purpose of drawing a specific audience. Take Divine.Domains for example, it's purpose is to introduce domaining to the church and religious crowd throughout the world. I could have used "Divinity" domains, but I'm saving that for a .com I intend to use.
     
  6. Joshua Harding

    Joshua Harding AvailDomains.com Gold Account

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    I own avail.domains as the counterpart to my primary domain. More so for the novelty than anything else, but it also provides a sandbox for potential improvements/utilities that I don't necessarily want active on my main website.
     
  7. getchaname

    getchaname Established Member

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    I have...

    Develop
    Suggest
    Typo

    I may develop them in the near future.
     
  8. Bulloney

    Bulloney Upgraded Member Blue Account

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    I really like Develop.Domains....take a look at the GD appraisal and analysis. Develop.co sold for $3,766 and Develop.me sold for $2,550. DevelopDomains.com is gone, however this is almost as good. There are over 1.2M Website developers in the US alone, thus there should be a huge market for it if you choose to sell it.....Good Luck!
     
  9. lotk

    lotk Upgraded Member Blue Account ★★★★★★★★★★

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    I dropped develop,domains last year. Hopefully you have more luck with it than I did.

    I still have these 2:
    Available,domains
    Web,domains
     
  10. Nor123

    Nor123 Upgraded Member Gold Account

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    I was considering regging Alternative.Domains the other day, but as I've learned I have stopped handregging on impulse. Instead, I thought about it for a while and did some research on the extension.

    I changed my mind. Although "Alternative Domains" would be a nice portfolio site for new TLDs, I just don't feel it. And the terms in .com are taken and trying to sell for around $1.5k. Lost my appetite.
     
  11. MetBob

    MetBob Established Member

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    I never much considered the extension. I think it would work ideally for a domain portfolio, particularly one that mainly handled new extensions.

    I doubt that there is much resale market for names though. At DNPric.es they do show 13 sales with an average price of $380, although one sale, of a(.)domains at 2400 Euro influence that average a lot. I do see that top(.)domains sold on Sedo for $750, and I think some of the more appropriate words to go with the extension might garner some $$$.
    http://dnpric.es/?q=.domains

    I notice that NameBio give some not listed on DNPric.es, including sub(.)domains for $4000 last year.
    https://namebio.com/?s==kDMwADNwgTM
     
    Last edited: Jul 15, 2018 at 6:40 PM

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