31 Jan '17, 9pm

New gTLDs: A History of the Making

New gTLDs: A History of the Making

Posted In: Digital Brand Management , Domain Name Strategy , Domaining , Generic Domains , Generic Top Level Domains , New gTLDs , Strategy , The 101 Cafe , Uncategorized New gTLDs: A History of the Making by Shani Yehezkel | Tuesday, January 31, 2017 If you haven’t taken a look at the list of new gTLDs lately you might be surprised by how quickly it seems to be growing. This is really the first time the public have had a say in the future of the domain industry. Unlike ever before, businesses, consumers, and entrepreneurs are dictating how we categorize the internet based on our interests, values, and needs a creating domain extensions that satisfy them. How a new gTLD is Born With an application , fee of $185,000 (pocket change, amiright?) and the approval of ICANN you can literally own a slice of the internet. Just ask Hong Kong billionaire Richard Li – the first person...

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