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Physical Ad Sightings of Non-.com Domains

Labeled as information in Domain Extensions, started by Edward Zeiden, Oct 24, 2019

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  1. Edward

    Edward Managing Director, NamePros NamePros Staff PRO VIP ICA Member Gold Account Trusted Blogger

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    An important success metric for a domain extension is end-user adoption and how they market their domain name brand. There are many examples of .com domains advertised on billboards, magazines, and other physical mediums for years, but non-.com physical ad buys are also on the rise. Seeing companies increase their marketing spend on physical ads featuring non-.com extensions is a great value benchmark for domain investors. As non-.com domains grow in popularity among end-users, we will see more of them pushed in the public eye.

    To help our international community of domain investors see just how these extensions are trending and used in the wild, please post your physical ad sightings!
     
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  2. Chairul avif

    Chairul avif Established Member Epik.com Staff

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    Its very Important big brand using any domain extension because big brand have their own budget for publishing their website trough any advertising placement, for example .id domain name grow with significant increasing after jd.id make big campaign.
     
  3. lock

    lock DomainUsed.com VIP

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    macc.as is an alias for Ronald Mcdonald.
     
  4. Jimmysun

    Jimmysun Established Member

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    I am ading it all over the social medias, it meant to be rebellious potential.
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  5. bruhne

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    The Mirror exercise thingy was using mirror dot co for their TV commercials for awhile. But a week or so ago I noticed they upgraded to dot com.
     

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