Jingling .me domains are impossible to forget
After a drop, domain name eventful.me was registered by MarkMonitor on behalf of Microsoft. Or so say the whois records. The domain name redirects to http://www.bing.com/search?q=eventful&form=MSSRPD. Quite of an interesting move from Microsoft, don’t you find?
Despite being relatively a young kid in the world of top-level domain names (TLDs), .ME appeared to be number 9 globally traded ones. Preceded only by .com, .de, .net, .org, .uk, .mobi, .info, .eu and leaving big and older players like .tv and .fr behind. These stats can be found in DNPric.es stats section.
According to the latest report from Council of European National Top Level Domain Registries, .ME remains the highest growing European top-level domain:
To celebrate its first mini jubilee .ME registry came up with an interesting infographics and confirming it added another 100,000 domain names to its base.
ID.ME has followed EU.ME as another two-letter LL.ME domain name assigned away from the .ME registry.
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!
Last year this blog has covered popular .ME names @ Sedo. Then, we have found 687 of them (those with more than one bid). This spring we decided to have a look on .ME names that currently have at least two bids on GoDaddy auctions and found 209 of them. This is certainly a signal [...]
Google search for “me” returns about 14,410,000,000 results. That’s a lot of “me” content. About two hits for every human being on the planet Earth.
One of the best reads on The Me Me Me Generation – Millennials by TI.ME.
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