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Are Some New gTLD Applicants Trying to Corner Markets in New TLD Spaces?

Also, how many unique strings could enter the new TLD space by the end of 2013 I’ve been wanting to write this article for a month (since the reveal of new TLDs) but have not had time. Before I begin, … Continue reading

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1930 New TLD Applications Will Be Announced

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) received a total of 1930 applications, after refunds, for new generic top-level domains. – 1846 of those are “standard” applications. – 84 are designated as “community-based”. Of the 1930, 66 have … Continue reading

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A New, More Customer-Friendly Type Of Web Address Is Coming

It was nice to run across an article today about new Top Level Domains that described them as “Customer-Friendly”.  We need more positive press about new TLDs.  There are plenty enough painting them in a negative way. The truth is … Continue reading

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JAS Global Advisors To Be One Of Three Independent Evaluators

A Chicago company, JAS Global Advisors, is playing a key behind-the-scenes role in an unprecedented expansion of Internet domain names – the web’s equivalent of real-estate addresses dominated by .com, .gov, .org and .edu. The expansion will open the way … Continue reading

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