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MattAndKimLiveAtHilfigerDenim.com

Long standing crises of .com… With nearly 100 million .com domain names registered, there are few good names left untouched, forcing marketeers to spend months to look for that special name for their next best campaign. An extreme example to use would be mattandkimliveathilfigerdenim.com:

Right.Me.

Does it seem odd: an extra dot right after the domain name? Not at all! This is how it was meant to be in the first place. URLs like http://google.com./ work just fine. So why do people skip that last dot? Good question. Most probably, because it does not add any extra value and we […]

ME suggestions on Google

Certain.ly a feature one misses on Bing, Google offers suggestions for what people are looking for. In the case of “me” it is:

All Popular .ME

Ever asked the question what’s popular on .me? What people are bidding on? What domains are more attractive than the others? Sedo, being a market leader, with its public listings, is a good measure of domain and keyword popularity. It the end of the day, .me are among top 10 top-level domains at Search Engine […]

BBC: Montenegro’s .me domain name gain

One of the greatest article promoting .me so far, by BBC of course: Montenegro’s .me domain name gain.

.ME.UA

The rumour has it that ServiceOnline company the owner and the registry of pp.ua (which they position to stay for “people” or “private person”) is about to launch another free service based on me.ua. ME.UA will probably mimic PP.UA and will just bring a splash of new domains on the Ukrainian market. ServiceOnline is already […]

WP.me

Although they do not allow registration of .me names shorter than three letters, with the help of GoDaddy, Matthew Mullenweg of WordPress managed to strike a deal with the registry and on 24 July 2009 he got his hands on WP.me. WordPress.me was registered by the same famous Ma.tt already back in 2008 during the […]

GGL.me at al

Most of us are driving machines with two big engines: Google and Microsoft. And yet, these motors constant.ly fight with each other. One can only wonder how the cars still remain on the road. Another week and yet another fight: After months of speculation and then a failed merger, Microsoft and Yahoo! announced an agreement […]

One Year of .ME: 2009 – white paper “ME” branded names for marketeers

A bit in advance, just not to miss the day, let us congratulate .me with another important milestone and wish the one year old baby many happy returns. To celebrate one year of official live launch of .me domains, Brands-and-Jingles issued a white paper on how “me”-branded names are used in marketing. The document summarises […]

.ME keeps enjoying the highest growth among all top-level domains

Every half a year Brands-and-Jingles shares the data they gather since the inception of .ME on number of .me web pages indexed by Google. In less than a year .me became more popular than .aero, .asia, .coop, .jobs, .int, .mil, .museum, .name, .pro, .tel, .travel and other 200 country code top-level domains. Since the beginning […]

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