Go Daddy Bets on Web-Address Expansion Beyond .Com

In spite of some opposition, everything seems to be going forward for new Top Level Domains. This article appeared on Bloomberg.com today…

The expansion of the Web’s address system beyond .com and .net has sparked a land rush among startups seeking new suffixes and may spur sales for Go Daddy, VeriSign and other companies that help consumers and businesses obtain Web addresses. Photo: Scott Eells/Bloomberg

Go Daddy Group and VeriSign Inc. (VRSN) are among online-services companies that may reap a sales windfall from an expansion of the Web’s address system beyond .com and .net opposed by some of the largest U.S. brand owners…

Read the story… | Source: Bloomberg.com | Date posted: 1/10/2012

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Joe Alagna is the Vice President of Channel Development at the leading international domain name registrar, 101domain.com. Having been involved in the domain name industry and ICANN for over 15 years, he is an expert in all aspects of the domain business, including domain name investing, new gTLDs, registrars, and registries. Before the domain name business, he negotiated national accounts contracts for AT&T Wireless. Joe can be reached by phone at +1 (909) 606-9175 or via email using the contact form on this site.
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