Here Are The 54 New gTLD’s That Frank Schilling’s Uniregistry Applied For

Here is the list of the 54 new gTLD’s that Frank Schilling’s Uniregistry Applied for:

ART
AUCTION
AUDIO
AUTO
BLACKFRIDAY
CARS
CHRISTMAS
CLICK
COUNTRY
DEAL
DESIGN
DIET
FAMILY
FASHION
FLOWERS
FREE
FURNITURE
GAME
GARDEN
GIFT
GRATIS
GUITARS
HELP
HIPHOP
HOME
HOSTING
INC
JUEGOS
LINK
LOL
LOVE
MARKETING
MEDIA
MOM
NEWS
PHOTO
PICS
PIZZA
PROPERTY
RACING
REALESTATE
RESTAURANT
SALE
SAVE
SCHOOL
SEXY
SHOPPING
STORE
STYLE
TATTOO
TEAM
TECH
VIDEO
YOGA

Comments

  1. says

    Very surprised they didn’t go for .web, but maybe they thought there was too much competition for it already.

    I am scratching my head at how you could make most of these viable with enough retail domain registrations.

  2. Innocuous says

    .Click, but not .Tap? For the majority of people, the latter will be how they interact with devices in the future. In any event…. not that .Tap is that much more appealing.

  3. l1 says

    these are strings that fs knows work left of the dot. yes, some of them sound silly. how about hiphop? but these strings pay for themselves year after year. there are many many examples in fs’s and kh’s portfolios. sometimes what seems counterintuitive is actually quite effective. aggragation is what makes it work. alone, variations on these strings seem to be “small fry”. ridiculous domain names. but aggregate a few hundred of them and suddenly the perspective changes. the income is not a fluke.

    even if these were not offered to registrants (i.e. a “closed registry”) you could still wildcard them and make money.

  4. l1 says

    predicting the future without data to support it is a fool’s game. self-proclaimed domainers ***love*** to play it. they register names that they like, instead of names that make money. they make predictions of the future based on what they see around them and what they read in the news or what comscore/quantcast/alexa suggest. that is not the kind of data that is needed to craft a winning plan. you need real data on what names make money.

    fs has real data to support his choices in names. he knows what names in his portfolio (sample) make money and which ones don’t. given the size of his portfolio he has a better sample size than most, so these strings are presumably somewhat informed choices.

  5. Emma says

    This is the end of .com and all other extensions. Why Google would want to index/rank extensions which it does not own??? The first and second page of Google search results will carry websites with extensions owned by Google only. I don’t see how .com, .net, .org would not disappear. Google would not decide to enter this gtlds business if the purpose of it was not using these gtlds in the way I above described. They know what they are doing, trust me

  6. Grim says

    Emma, .com won’t disappear because every major company and website out there has had a .com website basically forever. Lest you forget, even Google is Google.COM.

    Google may “know what they are doing,” but it likely has nothing to do with the elimination of .com, and more to do with making money, or simply reserving gTLDs from being used. But at this point, who really knows? It’s just a guessing game at the moment.

  7. says

    “.com won’t disappear because every major company and website out there has had a .com website”

    If all goes as planned, .COM will be migrated to the new P2P DNS that does not involve ICANN or Verisign.

    Your .COM domains will be burned into NVRAM in small devices you can hold in your hand. You will “own” them. It will be very hard for people to steal them or take them down. There is absolutely no central server controlling it all.

    Using the .COM P2P platform as a base, everything else can be layered on top of that. Several billion dollars in software will then be released to free you from ICANN and the ISOC.

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