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question What about .io extension is it profitable or waste of money ?

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Personally I wouldn't go there. But that said, it's being used by the Tech crowd for their development projects. I wouldn't think there is anything to be gained (or a market to be had) by going off-subject with the dot io. So it looks to be of restricted interest.
If you have a Great technical/development/project name you'll probably earn some potential $$$ but I'm sure the best have all been snapped up by speculators.

PS, Seemed the tech crowd liked it due to it's i/o input/output connotations
 
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Personally I wouldn't go there. But that said, it's being used by the Tech crowd for their development projects. I wouldn't think there is anything to be gained (or a market to be had) by going off-subject with the dot io. So it looks to be of restricted interest.
If you have a Great technical/development/project name you'll probably earn some potential $$$ but I'm sure the best have all been snapped up by speculators.

PS, Seemed the tech crowd liked it due to it's i/o input/output connotations
Okay then what about .co extension is it profitable or waste of money
 
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Okay then what about .co extension is it profitable or waste of money
Maybe dictionary .co or 3-letters.
For .io if a dictionary word it might do well for tech. I'd avoid random letters or two worders in either extension. Consider the high renewal cost of .io & .co when investing. Compared to .com unless you know what you are doing very well you should avoid .io & .co IMO.
 
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If there is VERY good generic 1 or 2 words in IT niche available for .IO - then register. Otherwise it's too expensive TLD. My opinion.
 
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If there is VERY good generic 1 or 2 words in IT niche available for .IO - then register. Otherwise it's too expensive TLD. My opinion.
If it's two words it shouldn't be more than 10-letters long IMO. Stick to .com unless you know what your doing and how to market .io/.co.
 
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Compared to .com it's no contest. .COM is still king!
Yeah but suppose I have a domain name actors.io OR actors.co what about these domain names are they still useless?
 
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Yeah but suppose I have a domain name actors.io OR actors.co what about these domain names are they still useless?
.IO domains are popular for IT niche. Because one of the meanings of ".IO" is "10" - binary code.
 
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Yeah but suppose I have a domain name actors.io OR actors.co what about these domain names are they still useless?
Honestly I'd try and flip before August & not plan on renewing it see if you can get mid-xxx for it. IMO If you are asking but don't own I'd avoid them.
 
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I am seeing more traction in .ai domains since a year than .io

.io had a lot of activity just before and after COVID but since 2022 I feel .ai have had the most interest of end users [when compared to .io]
 
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Tox.io sells for $14,945





Tony Names posted on X that he sold Tox.io for $14,945. He continues to crank out the sales and this is a nice one. He sold Theo.xyz a couple weeks back for $19,888. Tox is registered in 113 extensions according to DotDB.com.


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