Domain Name Sanity Blog
Emailing today is such an easy task. Compose, hit send, and your message travels across oceans and borders to reach its recipient. It is such an easy task that people’s attention starts to drown in their full inboxes, which are also littered by spammers, phishers and other members of the not-so-nice population of netizens.
.blog is one of the most recently introduced gTLDs (generic top-level domain), and has quickly gained a sizable popularity. Should you register a .blog domain for yourself or your business? What are the advantages when compared to the classic gTLDs such as .com, .net, or .org? Let’s find out.
Are you one of the creative souls that make our life picturesque with their beautiful art? Well then, do we have a treat for you! We are talking about the .art domain, aimed at artists – and also at their art works. Is registering a .art domain for you, your business, or your artwork something that you should do? We’ll help you decide.
Now this might be the right domain for clever marketing wizards to leverage in their brand building. While on the first sight the .life domain extension might not be particularly attractive, wait until you realize that it is great for “domain hacks”, where all parts of your web address combine to create whole sentences.
This domain extension is great since it’s easy to remember, and everyone wants a catchy domain name. From the visual perspective, the .one domain extension contains 3 letters, just like .com, .org, or .net, and it has the added benefit of being a dictionary word.
The .biz domain extension is also a great choice if you’d like a shorter domain than the one you might get in .com. Biz is the first syllable of the word business, so it’s pretty clear that this domain name extension is meant to serve the business websites.