- Is there a plural version of the domain name extension I just registered my domain name with?
- Should I consider registering my domain name in the plural version of it extension?
- What if...I don't do it.
Of course, my answer to question 2 is "yes" and if you want my answer to question 3, "squatting" is the first word that comes to my mind. I build a weekly new gTLD report entitled "Singular and Plural new gTLDs". The report lists all extensions' domain name registration volumes week after week.
- The .MOI new gTLD Sunrise Period ends soon;
- Court denies ZACR motion for reconsideration on preliminary injunction for DCA;
- Registration volumes:
- New gTLDs related to CITIES;
- New gTLDs related to CATERING;
- New gTLDs related to PHOTOGRAPHY;
- Report - The CENTR report on ICANN56 in Finland;
- The Startup Summit:
- URS Final determination - The Examiner finds that the Complaint was neither abusive nor contained material falsehoods (boucheron.xyz);
- Study - gTLD pilots paving the way for roll-out;
- Six new gTLD were just delegated:
- ".shangrila" new gTLD;
- ".香格里拉" (".shangrila" in Chinese);
Most recent Trademark Clearinghouse Sunrise Period announcements
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