Wednesday, October 12, 2016

The .RESULT new gTLD

Yesterday's post generated a funny reaction: I received two answers related to my client's request to acquire a new gTLD and I am following-up on this. I also received A LOT of offers from domainers trying to sell their domain names. Sorry for this confusion.
A new gTLD is a new "domain name extension", not a "domain name", we also use these wordings:
  • "first level domain";
  • "TLD";
  • "Top-Level Domain";
  • "new generic Top-Level domain".
I sign NDAs for anybody who wants to discuss selling its Top-Level Domain(s) so feel free to send them to me.

New domain name registration volumes:
Tonight's new gTLD Newsletter:
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What you missed in our previous Newsletter:
  1. Good read - Choosing ".com" because it's what everyone else does? Think twice.
  2. Firms have embraced new Top Level Domains;
  3. ICANN Struggles With Its Domains Marketplace Index;
  4. Good read - Slow Motion Train Wreck;
  5. Top-level domain expansion increases online security risk;
  6. French Government Launches Service on a .TAXI;
  7. New gTLDs related to Companies;
  8. XYZ hires .top guy as first China employee;
  9. The .Com Cliff is .Coming;
  10. .NYC releases 3,800 domains;
  11. Universal Acceptance Compliance at ICANN;
  12. Sunrise Period: the .GOOG new gTLD has started (details here).
Most recent Trademark Clearinghouse Sunrise Period announcements

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