Located in gTLD Discussion started by Kuli, Jul 8, 2015.
Since the keyword "casinos" has an active sales history.
Designer Space is a good one..
.XYZ works just like .com
do you like it ?
It's a grading criteria, as well as many companies use this term.
The .dot plus make sense only with health-related words...IMO
I have 0 .plus names.
I like you.plus. I checked this myself but just didn't take it because I already have enough.
You should do better research if you have limited yourself to that mindset. Take for instant my Big.Plus. Now it's a big plus that that phrase is ever so common in English. How about a Platinum.Plus credit cards. Try not to be so myopic with these new GTLDs.
Dot.Plus have been used to build the website by me , i use it to display domain name .
Idnk, I won't add the word "DOT" to a brand. I call it ad block plus not ad block dot plus lol
Are my .plus domains bad?
I love .plus domain ,so i use dot.plus to build my website, In addition, I also registered you.plus.
Not a fan of .Plus. Too expensive for a generic. Not the best generic out ther
I don't like .Plus at all. It's too expensive. And not one of the best generic out there (IMO).
But you.plus is a good one.
Thank you, I do like it .
No, they are not bad.
They're not that good that I would've taken them in .plus TLD. There are too many new TLDs out, and it's totally unclear how they will perform in the future.
casino.plus would be super, but casinos.plus is only okay. For instance.
It might still be a good investment, esp. since all TLDs are taken for these names where it makes sense, except the premium names.
But I'd rather try to fetch some super-good names in the early release phase of one of the next TLDs.
Thanks for your input, I appreciate it. What do you think the next best upcoming TLD's are? And when will they be released?
That's hard to tell, but I think .web, .shop and .sex will be hot candidates.
Don't know about release dates, I don't think it's already set.
Better be patient and wait for the bedt chances.
can you imagine the crowded ngtld field right now?
.sex will compete with .xxx .porn .adult .sexy etc.etc.etc.
.web will compete with .site .website .click .link etc.etc.etc.
I think it's hilarious and strange how ICANN decided to roll out so many nGTLDs at once which all sound similar.
That makes .Work and .Club unique and practical though. :p
I think the goal is to have the most words possible. It's not a kw1.ext anymore but kw1.kw2.
Porn and Sex doesn't mean the same. Property and properties doesn,t mean the same, one is singular and one is plural, same for expert. Ninja, guru, expert, pro are all not the same. They can serve for different purposes.
Yup. We (the ngtld.link crew :D) are starting to figure out the 'secret sauce,' as it were, that the secret is finding the right kw1.kw2.
I'm just saying the way ICANN rolled it out is insane.
.Ninja for me is virtually meaningless. It's more of a joke extension than anything else. .Pro is great because you're saying you're a pro. .Guru is catching on. Expert says expert a little bit longer than Guru and Pro. Yes, also different meanings between .Pro, .Guru., and .Expert. Organized in order by level of quality:
Pro > Guru > Expert > > Ninja
It was their decision not to decide anymore, but to let the market decide.
It's a pure financial decision. As long as the registry is paying for it, it can get their name. At the end, it's the free market; in a supermarket, you can buy five different sorts of sugar, but in the end, it's always sugar. Same with the new TLDs.
So it was no decision to allow so many competing TLDs with the same meaning; it's the registries that calculate with them.
For us, it means that there won't be huge sales in these new TLDs. Why should anyone pay five figures for something.xxx when she can simply wait for .yyy to come out and get her domain for much less?
Cplus.plus ... C++ is a programming language for us computer nerds
Is plus dead. I have two plus which are good ... they have a plus.com sites running already..
any offers for .plus ( like .CLUB .88 on namcheap)
Separate names with a comma.