• Rakhi Worldwide

    Bring the sunshine of festivity to your siblings this Raksha Bandhan with gift items that will enchant the vintage appeal
    of the immortal relation you have been sharing with them. Your Rakhi threads symbolize the eternal togetherness; your Rakhi Puja thalis mark your best wishes for rest of their lives. This festival is something that will make
    your presence felt among siblings forever. Visit http://www.rakhiworldwide.com for more details.

     

  • http://www.facebook.com/lindapaiste Linda Paiste

    These new extensions will take a long time to catch on, if they do at all.  The average non-web savvy consumer is familiar with .com, .net, .org, .gov, .edu and they are confused by a site that does not have these endings.  Overstock.com abandoned their plans to rebrand as O.co because consumers did not realize this was a web address (and instead were typing O.com).  Del.ico.us rebranded as Delicious.com.  Bit.ly now redirects to Bitly.com.

    If you tell a user to visit name.facebook I bet that the vast majority will instead type in name.facebook.com because they do not see .facebook as a web address.  It will take a lot of effort and money to condition them otherwise, and there’s not much benefit over just using subdomains (unless they are able to score a shorter extension like .fb).

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    Totally agree with Linda. Often users don’t get your email adress right if you use a .co domain as they type .com instead.
    However, I noticed a new social network the other day ‘Chime.in’ which I found sounded catchy. I guess with some imagination there are options to score with a gTLD – provided you have the cash to get started.