As most of you may know, in spring 2009 something HUGE is happening.
You want to be there.
You want to see that happen.
I’d like to see the guy who asked me $50000 for Tadaa.com
There is a big change in the world of domain names.
Now the extensions will not be limited to those standard extensions like .com or .net.
Now you can have anything you want! If proposed.
I guess I’ll have to be fast for vinh.ly (is ly a common word?)
I guess there will be a rush of the likes we haven’t seen for a long time.
First come first served? Bidding process?
Can I buy Coca.cola? (is cola a common word?)
Is it going to change for SEOs? Will porn.porn be a good domain for search?
I would not want to be Sedo which specializes in domain name sales and negotiation.
The prices of domains must have dropped so much… and we’ll soon have company names that will be pronounced. (Zobzee, Jaxtr, etc)
To lock a brand and the related domain names will be a big work though.
That’s huge, and everyone should be on the starting blocks.
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Everybody wishes to change his streetname, city name, country name…
And imagine all these “email verification” functions that will fail ? How long time a company will buy every version of its name in DN ?
This is pure stupidity, and will become spammers’ heaven.
how about gathering some money in order to buy a *.ly, bro?
Well, you’re lucky dascritch.net was free, imagine you had to take anotherdascritch.com.
I just think that’s a great marketing opportunity, and that technical issues, will, as usual be solved.
*.ly? Why not… let’s do some lobbying! I guess we can spam the facebook group that gathers all the ly in the world to go vote for that domain name