- Geo TLDs or new gTLDs?
- Are new gTLDs changing the game?
- gTLDs insights for Q4 2015
- athletic.club has an offer of $2600
- .GAY questions ICANN
Some had hoped using new gTLDs would even drive the traffic generated by a site. Early reports suggested that addresses of new gTLDS may be easier to find by search engines. The second level domains used in connection with the new web suffixes are usually shorter and contain more keywords than similar existing domain names. However, recent reports revealed that engine companies treat new gTLDs the same as traditional domains.
Generic Top Level Domain Insights for Q4 2015
2015 has been a busy year for the new gTLD industry and 2016 will undoubtedly, be another interesting year. Anticipation of the General Availability for some of the highly contentious TLDs, the development of existing generic Top Level Domains (gTLDs) in terms of registrations, and business proposition with the majority of the first round of applicants reaching delegation by the end of the year.
The BGC not only has the opportunity right now to right the EIU’s wrongs and maintain integrity in their new gTLD program, but they also have the opportunity to properly serve the public interest by resetting the path of .GAY in the direction of community status. Community operation is the only option that truly ensures community benefit and protection.
Top 2015 new gTLD sale looks like cybersquatting
One of the top secondary market domain sales of 2015, as reported by Sedo, appears to be a case of somebody selling a domain matching a trademark to the trademark’s owner.