Posted on 17 September 2014 by Andrei
As some of you already know, the General Availability period for Dot Website, Dot Press and Dot Host will start tomorrow instead of today.
There were a lot of launches this week but I’m probably not the only one who considers Dot Website the most interesting one to watch.
Posted on 12 September 2014 by Andrei
Have any of you heard at least one success story about a domainer who did very well with new gTLDs yet? Yes, I know, it’s still too early to draw conclusions but I would have expected at least a few decent success stories by now.
Posted on 09 September 2014 by Andrei
I have to admit that I’m looking forward to seeing some numbers tomorrow but personally, I decided not to go after any Dot London or Dot Global domains.
Posted on 05 September 2014 by Andrei
This much is certain: a lot of mistakes have been made as far as the new gTLD launch process is concerned. What is the number one thing you would have done differently?
Posted on 29 August 2014 by Andrei
Yesterday, I wrote a post about the fact that in my opinion, geo new gTLD (especially city new gTLDs, as Christopher Hofman pointed out in a comment) are clearly outperforming niche new gTLDs (such as Dot Furniture) but wait a second… what’s a niche new gTLD?
Posted on 03 August 2014 by Andrei
I decided to start an interesting experiment as of today. If you are interested in my consulting services, I’m willing to help and in return, you have to make a donation to a noble cause.
Posted on 30 July 2014 by Andrei
4 new gTLDs entered the General Availability phase today:
Dot Reisen (Reisen = “trips” in German)
Posted on 24 July 2014 by Andrei
In my case, there is absolutely nothing to report when it comes to end user offers but then again, my new gTLD portfolio is quite small. Therefore, I’m hoping those of you with larger portfolios can chime in and let us know how things stand up until this point.
Posted on 16 July 2014 by Andrei
Pretty active week on the new gTLD front but I for one didn’t get any. Dot Wien was very tempting but the terms I found attractive were taken.
Posted on 27 June 2014 by Andrei
If you own short domains, you’ve probably received your share of lowball offers and it’s a known fact that such domains receive more offers than other domain categories but over the past let’s say 6 months or so, the frequency seems to have gone up quite a bit.