Discussion in 'Domain Research' started by julian, Jul 24, 2013.
famous last words on the use of any other extension except .com
Nice find, but it's been around for ages. V.me is a great idea however if only they invested in advertising. Most of the population have never heard of anything other than .co.uk or .com. I had a client question earlier today asking what a .net was? This was from an intelligent well traveled company owner :S
God only knows what will happen once the new TLDs enter the marketplace.
Give me their budget and I'll make .jizz cream of the crop
No one has ever denied that any tld can be branded... with enough money.
I did noticed Dick Armour promoting his "dickiearmour.me.uk" at the AGM, I wonder if stands by .me.uk for personal, .org.uk for non-prof etc, and how this affects .UK's purpose. Speaking of .me in general
Presumably trying very hard to play the "I'm not a corporate, honest" card?
Doesn't affect the consultation one iota - no cause and effect there, no matter how much it might be nice to think there is.
Make hay whilst the sun shines,,,
Even for mighty com
With demise or reactive type algorithms etc and the rise of predictive, voice recognition mass info gathering, glasses storing all you view, Mind Meld apps monitoring all you say and hear, before you even think it they'll show you it? will kill even the mighty com within 10 years…Names, extension rarely serve there initial intended purpose why would they need or use them in the future?
Yes, and by the year 2000 we will all be travelling in flying cars and wearing all in one silver space suits.
The real world does not go away, and the more technical it gets the more we need a solid domain name. Strange how we still use phone numbers and registration plates and attend school rather than all sit at a computer to learn.
Domain aside it's an interesting concept by Visa.
I remember seeing that site at least a year ago and sadly this is the only time I have seen it since. I thought it may be in widespread use by now.
I buy nearly everything online from Amazon now, partly because I don't need to enter my address and card details (yes, I am lazy, like most people who shop online) This method gives the regular ecommerce store a chance to compete - or even just increase their conversion rate - which I'm sure every etailer wants to do.
Speak for yourself websaway, there is a guy in front of me wearing a bane style lung trainer mask wearing a silver sweat suit, kinda looks like a space style all in one suit
You and the Amish both agree there...? You really should have a play with the Google Glasses and things like expert labs mind meld. Oh and "g" couldn't give a hoot about names as recent emd situation shows there pretty irrelevant
Yeah I suspect if you spend many millions or tens of millions advertising your made-up name you probably wouldn't care about emd match either. I guess everyone is in the same situation Funny thing is I remember back in 2002 people on domainstate saying exactly the same as namealot. I suppose eventually it has to come true.....
Separate names with a comma.