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Is .com still the number 1 extension?

So a gentleman name Kyle Byers published a post and a Reddit thread that took a look at .com vs other tlds.

The Reddit thread has 138 comments and it’s interesting because this is mostly people, (maybe entirely) outside of the domain industry.

The post opens up with:

How important is having a .com URL?

Everyone has an opinion, but as far as I know there’s never been a good study comparing domain extensions’ performance.

Until now 😄.

I ran an experiment with 1,500 people to find out how they would react to eight popular domain extensions (top-level domains): .com, .net, .org, .biz, .us, .co, .blog, and .io.

Read on for the full results — they might surprise you.

Trust was an interesting segment:

Trust rankings for domain extensions

Read the full article here as it’s worth the read.

Tip of the cap @maxtra

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Trending keywords in April center on drug addiction and treatment

Verisign released their top trending keywords for April and .com was all about drug rehab and treatment.

Rehab.tv actually sold for $9,000 after being sold for $10,000 previously.

 

COM

.NET

rehab

freedom

drug

repro

centers

earth

alcohol

tell

treatment

names

addiction

buyer

rated

duct

materials

mega

blues

seller

when

goods

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Is it still too early, or too little, too late for emoji domains?

It’s always interesting to travel back through time, and examine the lifecycle and events of a trending topic, especially when it relates to domains. Now having been entrenched or involved with domains for the last 7-8 years, I find that the domain industry is not an exception. There have been a number of trends — […]

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