According to a email we just received, the brand protection domain registrar MarkMonitor.com will be releasing a “New gTLD Application Database” which allow users to quickly search all data provided by ICANN (after the Big Reveal) (using wildcards):
Mission and Purpose
Primary and Secondary Contact Names and Email Addresses
Application Type (Community, Standard, IDN, Geographic)
Purpose of Community TLD (if applicable)
The database will also provide access to additional analysis, including:
Brief Description of gTLD
Category (Generic, City, Region, Brand, Non-Profit, Cultural, Apparel, Pharma, Financial, Sports, etc.)
Similarity to Other Applications
Overall Risk Posed to Brand Owners
“Within a matter of minutes, existing MarkMonitor clients will be able to easily export results to Excel to share with others.”
“MarkMonitor will be providing access to this data at no-cost and expects it to be made available shortly after ICANN has released the list of applicants.”
“For more information about the MarkMonitor New gTLD Application Database or to speak with one of our New gTLD Experts, please contact NewgTLDs@markmonitor.com.”
Will they continue to operate under MarkMonitor.com or will they change themselves to a new non.com brand they are promoting – like MarkMonitor.Stroke ?
Seem to be quite the dichotomy.
dot com is KING
dot com is KING
dot com is KING X100000 times
what the f don’t you understand.
Happy 420 to you all
what..no news about dot co anymore?
They probably already have most of the data from ICANN’s previous “unofficial” reveal…
Robert Clineee says
I laughed at thee
is nipping at your heels I see.
even when you profess your dying loyalty to the dethroned you can’t help but look back in your rear view mirror and an echo of what is to come comes out thy mouth in utterance of moses.