We all want to know if a wine web site ending with a the ".wine" extension will be better indexed than the same web site ending with a ".us" (.wine ans .us are examples here, question is the same for .rugby domain names).
The answer is clear to me:
- It treats .co domain names like the country code Top-Level Domains they represent: domain names for the country of Colombia, then;
- .co domain names can be adapted (cheat ?) to the web site's content using Google tools.