Posted on 07 July 2014 by Andrei
If I’m not mistaken, 4 new gTLDs will enter the General Availability phase tomorrow. Two of them tomorrow (so on the 8th of July) and the remaining two on Wednesday (in other words, on the 9th of July).
Please note that since most new gTLDs are very poorly promoted, I may very well miss some. Do your own research as well, don’t just rely on what you read on DomainingTips because while I do my best, I cannot make any accuracy guarantees.
Posted on 29 June 2014 by Andrei
If I’m not mistaken, the General Availability period for 4 new gTLDs will start next week:
… the date will be July 02 in all cases.
Posted on 22 June 2014 by Andrei
The General Availability period for Dot Ink will start tomorrow (June 23) and for the other five new gTLDs, it will start on the 25th. Here are the 5 new gTLDs in question:
Posted on 15 June 2014 by Andrei
There won’t be all that much activity in the new gTLD space next week, only three new gTLDs will enter the General Availability phase.
Tomorrow, Dot Archi will go live, a niche gTLD for architects. The gTLD operator is startingdot. It’s their first gTLD launch, they also operate Dot Bio and Dot Ski.
Posted on 03 June 2014 by Andrei
The general availability phase for 7 new gTLDs will start tomorrow. I might have missed some because quite frankly, a lot of new extensions are so poorly promoted that even the people/companies behind them might have forgotten about the launches.
Posted on 29 May 2014 by Andrei
… but only because the previous one set the bar so low, with a grand total of only 4209 registrations after day one for 6 gTLDs (an average of 702 registrations per new gTLD after day one of General Availability, which is basically supposed to be the most spectacular day in terms of registrations by far).
Posted on 23 May 2014 by Andrei
Not much interest in the 6 new extensions which entered the General Availability period this week: one on Monday (dot luxury) and five on Wednesday (dot foundation, dot best, dot dance, dot exposed and dot democrat).
Posted on 20 May 2014 by Andrei
Tomorrow, five new gTLDs will enter general availability: .exposed, .best, .dance, .foundation and .democrat. All of them are supported by 101Domain, EnomCentral and NameCheap.
Posted on 16 April 2014 by Andrei
Not bad! According to RegistrarStats.com, there were 19,954 dot link registrations yesterday. Dot photo also did well, with 5,196 registrations and the same thing can be said about dot gift (4,392 registrations yesterday). Dot pics didn’t do as well as dot photo but still, it got 2,210 registrations on the first day of general availability. Dot guitars however only got 346 registrations and represents the worst performer out of the 5 Uniregistry new gTLDs which just went live.
Posted on 19 March 2014 by Andrei
… at least up until this point. The numbers are impressive: 31,486 .berlin registrations in just one day according to RegistrarStats.com. In other words, dot berlin is the #2 new gTLD (dot guru is the #1 new gTLD at the moment of writing, with 44,519 registrations) after just one day.