Dave Walk It's seems like every .com domain name is taken so moving on to other TLDs. Wonder if .ly or .io is less confusing to the general public.
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Eric Be careful when buying. A lot of country code TLDs don't allow WhoIs privacy.
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Simon Janes Depending on your context, a .bit domain ( bit.namecoin.info/... ) may be useful for preventing trade-name hijacking between nation-states. But this is definitely not something that's universally easy for users. Special interest groups only, not general purpose name resolution.
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Aabbaabbaa The general public are confused by domains anyway, as long as Google finds you it doesn't matter so much.
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Dave Walk Very true...
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🏒 Lucian Marin .net is the second best TLD. Big names like Behance or Daring Fireball redirects .com to .net domain. Also, the usage statistics proves this is the case. keepalert.com/Doma...
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Dave Walk Usually cheaper too!
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