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Anyone bought a .money domain yet?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by agsllc, Mar 12, 2015.

  1. agsllc

    agsllc Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Has anyone purchased a .money domain for marketing? If yes, what do you plan to do with it (if it isn't a billion dollar secret of course)?
     
  2. Gommie

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    Nope, haven't bought one as of yet, how about yourself?
     
  3. agsllc

    agsllc Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    No, I checked to see if make.money was available but it was taken. It's still very new it will be interesting to see what people come up with.
     
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    No, but I think the whole world of URL's is comparable to the old days of claiming land. Same thing applies to Twitter, or any other popular site that comes up instantly.

    If you think they're worth it grab them. But on the same side, I don't see abstract URL names trending for ~5 years.
     
  5. ThopHayt

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    The average user has NO idea what any of the new TLDs are. The .com is as strong as ever, even .xxx didn't do so hot and you know people are looking for new porn. I'd buy a new TLD and just use it was a T1 for fun and then if one day it gets hot you can flip it. Beats paying out the ass for "high pr" dropped domains.
     
  6. agsllc

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    Yeah, I totally agree with you guys. It will be interesting to see what happens with all the new TLDs. I think ones like .io have .me have done a little something but we'll see. What's going to be really interesting to see is when all the niche TLDs start to be used for what they're intended for.