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Is This What Google Thinks Of The New GTLD’s

Written on April 1st, 2015 by directnavigationno shouts

The following link most likely will only work today, April Fools day. It may be an indication that Google thinks that the new GTLD’s are somewhat backwards. Try a search […]

” anydomain”.com.com typos forward to .xyz registry

Written on July 15th, 2014 by directnavigationno shouts

I just discovered the following and wanted to share. The domain .com.com gets alot of traffic. This means if you add .com to any url ending in .com (ex. cnn.com […]

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Does GTLD stand for “Going to Lose Dough”?

Written on January 21st, 2014 by directnavigation10 shouts

Last week I was at Namescon. First I have to give Richard, Jodi and Jothan a huge congratulations. They put on the first of what I think will be EPIC […]

Goldstone/Hansen/McNair announce .co.com registry

Written on November 15th, 2013 by directnavigation2 shouts

I just received an email from some longtime industry friends that they have formed the .co.com registry. 3 greats guys, all leaders in the industry. I’m looking forward to seeing […]

Twitter to expand usage of T.co

Written on September 2nd, 2010 by directnavigationno shouts

Changes at Twitter is another good sign for the .co tld. Per twitter’s email that I received: “t.co URL wrapping In the coming weeks, we will be expanding the roll-out […]

Let’s Talk Trends – Watches, Ties, Art, Domains

Written on May 7th, 2010 by directnavigation8 shouts

Last night I went for a cinco de mayo party. Yes, it was the day after but with 30 of us that’s the only way to get a table. As […]

(DOT) .Gay Tries To Come Out Of the Closet

Written on October 25th, 2009 by directnavigationno shouts

I think the rollout of the new TLD’s is going to be a very interesting time. It may feel like the California gold rush of the 1840’s. Some will strike […]

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