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question What do you register after .com is already taken?

NameSilo

What do you register after .com?

  • 1st

    .net

    11
    votes
    39.3%
  • 2nd (tie)

    .org

    5
    votes
    17.9%
  • 2nd (tie)

    .co

    5
    votes
    17.9%
  • 3rd

    nothing,

    4
    votes
    14.3%
  • 4th

    .xyz

    2
    votes
    7.1%
  • 5th

    .other

    1
    vote
    3.6%

  • Total voters
    28
  • This poll closed 3 weeks ago.

jhm

Glazed
Impact
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The battle of net and org. If I'm internet based, I'm swaying with a net. If I'm physical for the most part, or a non-profit, I'm swaying with an org

Charity: Even if the opportunity to take a "dot com" presented itself, you'd find in a lot of cases they'd rather stick with a "dot org" anyway, as their domain at the forefront. The "dot org" can make it feel less profit driven, with regards to their agenda
 
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lock

BrokerDomainer
Impact
6,654
If industry is saturated what is reason to buy into niche? Eg why start registering crypto names when best is taken. If have client then buy best name possible whether that is through another so be it. There needs to be an opportunity and a reason rather than plan to sell a domain you don't even see as first or second best. I own domains in many extensions but reasoning is targeting keywords.
 
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If industry is saturated what is reason to buy into niche? Eg why start registering crypto names when best is taken. If have client then buy best name possible whether that is through another so be it. There needs to be an opportunity and a reason rather than plan to sell a domain you don't even see as first or second best. I own domains in many extensions but reasoning is targeting keywords.

How are your TLD's targeted? By the keywords? An example might save a thousand words :)
 
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