Discussions related to Geo-Domain names. The term geo-domain refers to domain names that are the same as those of geographic locations, such as cities and countries. It is unrelated to country code top level domains (ccTLDs). Examples of geo-domains include: Atlanta.com, LosAngeles.com, SanFrancisco.id, Houston.id and Washington.id, Venice.id, Vancouver.id, etc. Since geographical domain names are limited in number and have good name recognition, geo-domains are highly valued. Geo-domains can provide a virtual representation of the locations they serve– for example, Hawaii.com is heavily tourism focused, while Sacramento.id and Madison.id have more local content. Collectively, geographic domain names are estimated to represent approximately over 500 million dollars a year in gross hotel bookings alone.