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Which extension if .com is not available?

Labeled as advice in Misc. Professional Topics started by gtldomainer, Feb 12, 2018.

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  1. gtldomainer

    gtldomainer Established Member

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    I'm looking to hand-register few domains. Since .COM is not available, I'm looking to go for other TLD.

    What other TLD would you recommend if .COM is not available? .NET, .CO, .XYZ?
     
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  2. MasterOfMyDomains

    MasterOfMyDomains Top Member VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    for sale purposes? .com only
    for business purposes .com or your cctld

    If I had a gun to my head I would pick .net
     
  3. gtldomainer

    gtldomainer Established Member

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    @MasterOfMyDomains Thanks for the advice. yes, its for resale purpose after few years. Don't really see single good .COM available today although some other tld's are still available.
     
  4. ThatNameGuy

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  5. gtldomainer

    gtldomainer Established Member

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  6. thekiller

    thekiller Active Member VIP

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    If your use is for business then it doesn't matter which extension as long as you have a valid product or service.
     
  7. gtldomainer

    gtldomainer Established Member

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    Just what I was looking for:
     
  8. Tiwi

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    and i'm running for this....
     

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