Discussion in 'Domain Name News' started by anthony, Jul 25, 2014.
Nicely made advert:
Not for me actually.
they have the .com and co.uk why do they need .London
if they wanted fortnumandmasonlondon they could have it as
fortnumandmasonlondon.uk and it would be far better than
fortnumandmason dot London
so for me it's a very bad example.
.uk does it in one way or another for everyone.
discover.london £2500 yr
fish.london £1000 yr
carwash.london £500 yr
sasha.london £250 yr
free to reg
Why is there a space between the "domain name" and ".london" on their advert, that wouldn't work
Don't know why they have a space there, but it's not on their site branding? I'm tempted, some good dictionary ones are £30/year. I think that of all these new extensions, .bigcities are going to catch on the most but still not to very large extent...
Why at the end does it say "register your domain by the 31st of July" like you wont have an option to register one after that.
This one I do like:
takeaway.london £250 yr
Yes, I know takeawaylondon.co.uk is for sale for £850 but is not the same. The one above is in a different league (imo) and I could envisage seeing this plastered on buses, etc.
I think this one is a bargain and someone with mighty £'s and vision could make this a serious contender to justeat in the Uk's largest city.
Why settle for .london when you'll soon have the opportunity to get .soho or .piccadillycircus, extensions that more accurately describe your local focus.
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