Labeled as new gtlds in gTLD Discussion, started by salmansf, Sep 26, 2018
Google recently introduced .page extension. Is anyone hear about it?
AreWeOnTheSame.Page or is it a closed chapter?
Here is the link
Another one for the scrap heap.
I guess it would work well as a redirect for Facebook pages and such.
I choose not to be raped again
Seems weird that a monster like S̶k̶y̶N̶e̶t̶ Google would create a TLD that looks like its going to fail.
My 'spidey sense' questions their motives.
Yes, sure looks like it, doesn't it? This said, pretty sure the'd done their homework, so be prepared to be surprised
When is the last time you had a web page, I mean.... are most websites not web pages?
Most websites are ".website"'s, but not gonna buy that either.
I have no plans to invest in them, but I could well see it being at least moderately successful if Google introduces it as effectively as they did with .app. When the 5 price tiers start rollout early in October will be interesting to see numbers, and then GA.
The most obvious application is perhaps single page sites for cvs, documents, etc or possibly for authors.
Ah, this would have been great if pagers were still around.
Numerics would actually work great with it ))
They don't offer a Sunrise Period at Google Domains (Google Registrar) so I don't understand but I wouldn't be surprised that they start to offer it for free for their Google Page. This is just a guess because offering sub domains on their "business.site" page offer is a little old fashioned.
It's not just one, at least a dozen so far.
Does anyone know the 5 price levels in the various tiers in the period prior to general availability? Also, do are those one-time premium or will the renewal rates also be premium?
Not sure I understand. On the registry page it says this
Aug 27 - Oct 2: Sunrise period where trademark holders who have submitted their trademark to the Trademark Clearinghouse can register .page domains.
Isn't that what is meant by sunrise period, or do I somehow misunderstand?
Sure Spidey....it's web and you will sense every movement in it...
May be some priorities will be given Google's ranking system...to get SOME base
There is a Sunrise Period but the Registrar from Google (https://domains.google.com/registrar) does not offer to register during this Sunrise Period.
Trademark Holder* Now!
EAP Stage 1* 02 Oct 2018
EAP Stage 2*03 Oct 2018
EAP Stage 3*04 Oct 2018
EAP Stage 4*05 Oct 2018
EAP Stage 5*06 Oct 2018
Pre-Registration*09 Oct 2018
Just want to point this out when people get excited about Google being behind something (besides having success, a long list of failures)
Google is planning on being the registry for many new top level domains including these:
.boo - so they thought this was a good idea
.みんな .ADS .APP
.BOO .DAD .DAY
.EAT .ESQ .FLY
.HERE .HOW .ING
.MEME .MOV .NEW
.PROF .RSVP .SOY
Well: .APP was a good idea, wasn't it?
Not for domainers - https://namebio.com/?s==MjNycTO3gTM
But you're "Not interested in domaining."
And this thread is about .page. .boo still bad.
And they do have a long list of failures - https://www.electronicproducts.com/Education/History/Google_s_top_10_failures.aspx
It's because the sun never sets on the Google empire
Google is planning on being the registry for many new top level domains including these.
what would domainers do ? Just wondering..
What would end users do with these TLDs ? Just wondering..
Separate names with a comma.