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.ME prices: to the very top in just five years

Three years ago, there came a bit relaunch of .CO, to celebrate which Sedo has published an interesting paper. This paper is very relative to .ME as well, as it provides insights on pricing. In just five years .ME went from a baby Internet extension to the top 5 TLDs. Well done!

Hacking domain hacks

After few hours spent on discussing the previous post, an interesting summary was born. Below is the list of TLDs as they were searched in domain names of other TLDs stress-testing their suitability to brandability and some extend to domain hacking. Domain name like “home.co.ke” was counted as the one ending with “me”. Numbers represent [...]

Other top “me” sites

After some Excel crunching staff at Brands-and-Jingles has found 7075 domain names in the Alexa top one million that ended with “me” but were not “.me” sites. When we added another 1000+ of the latter, which made it into the top list as well, we realised that nearly one percent of all global sites are [...]

.CO versus .COM

There have been many speculations of what to expect from .CO in the coming years. Here is an interesting study by Brands-and-Jingles (FB, Twitter). We looked on it a bit from a different angle while analysing top .me sites on Alexa. To start with, there are currently 249 .co sites in the Alexa top million [...]

GoDaddy is now Go.Me

GoDaddy, the world’s most popular registrar is now using go.me as its URL shortener. The change is noticed on their Twitter, Facebook account, etcetera.

Google Me

Google is desperately trying to get into social media. Orkut, Google Wave, Google Buzz, … all nice tries, but no big game at the moment. They lacked the scale, a sexy name, and probably few more other important things. Now, “Google Me” is on everyone’s lips. Just google it. Every major paper or television channel [...]

t.co for twitter

Just another proof that short URLs have extraordinary value. Twitter uses the t.co domain as part of a service to protect users from harmful activity, to provide value for the developer ecosystem, and as a quality signal for surfacing relevant, interesting tweets.

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