Labeled as .tv in ccTLD Discussion, started by donnied79, May 13, 2014
If you don't mind...
Can you share who are the most buyers from... Are they YouTube video makers or are they buying to start a site related to video content.
What are your general observations..
Also can you tell a way to get .TV at lowest possible price... I always saw it at above $25... I am wondering if there is a discount club / any other way to get low prices....
It may be worth making a separate thread to discuss.
Basquetbol.tv ("Basketball" in Spanish). I know there is an alternate word called Baloncesto.tv, which I used to own as well.
Ironically, this was a domain that was owned for 19 years by CyberTavern.
Voleibol.tv ("Volleyball" in Spanish). Another 19 yr old domain owned by CyberTavern.
Dynadot running a flash sale for .tv, $10.99 special, until October 1, 2019 23:59 UTC. and no coupons needed.
I just grabbed: Lame (tv)
Plus, the reg fee is $10.99/year for any registration length, not just for year one. Very important for the dot.tv Marathon.
I wrote my finding in the Signature.
Mediator dot tv
I bought it because I think .TV after all is a cctld
A beautiful name!
What´s the message? Tuvalu has a population of 11,200 and is already affected by sea level rise. So I nearly don´t dare to ask, but are you from Tuvalu, regarding your profession Skipper, too?! A question with a lottery chance for a Yes.
Of course, .tv is a ccTLD by nomenclature. I see a gTLD by use in it, everybody can start his online video channel for years now and you can easily broadcast these programs with your Smart TV. (Nothing new for this forum at all, just to repeat.)
I just found this thread, I have the following .tv's
Addicted Lots of possibilities
Printers Instructional videos, how to fix that #@# Jam
Shoulder Videos or infomercials for this common area of pain
While What happened while you were binging? Or it looked good to reg at 2am
During Similar idea as above
Their Best TV from around the world..
Just acquired my first .tv domain in a long time.
Separate names with a comma.