28 Aug '16, 11pm

Conference Attendees Will Be Able to Ask that Man “Why you drop 70,000 .cc domains ?”

Nothing out of date about PHP.net. People who build the web write in PHP and consult that .NET site regularly. They just released PHP 7.1.0 Beta 3 last week, as a matter of fact. Frequently .NET has associations with IT. I think the primary reason .NET feels “old fashioned” to domainers is because the discussion for 3 years now has been dominated by .COM versus the nTLDs. Domainers haven’t been paying enough attention to legacy Not-COM TLDs that sit in the middle like .NET. They’re not in the news. As a result, domainers assume they’re old-fashioned. But there’s still broad consumer demand for .NET. Europe takes it rather seriously. Within the past 6 months, I’ve seen 2-word English .NETs sell as high as $25k. LungCancer.net has no IT associations. Yesterday, I said No to $3,500 for a 2-word .NET via Sedo. .CC is a whole other ball game. There’s no appeal that I can see wh...

Full article: http://www.thedomains.com/2016/08/28/conference-attendees...

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