The world is running out of domain names

The world is nearly out of good “.com” domain names—and even the fourth circuit of the United States Court of Appeals agrees.

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As global internet usage rises, .com naming is going to get more and more complicated. Our languages only contain a finite number of meaningful words, so brand naming is becoming much more than coming up with a unique, snazzy moniker—it also involves knowledge of intellectual property rights, law, and a large of dash of luck.

Many well-known brands have encountered challenges securing their preferred domain names. For example, Google renamed their parent company “Alphabet,” but it doesn’t own—BMW does. In 2014, Microsoft spent $2.5 billion to acquire Mojang, the Swedish company behind the popular Minecraft video game, but it didn’t get the domain name with it—that belongs to an Australia mining-engineering company, MineCraft Consulting PTY Ltd. (Oh yeah—that Minecraft.) Meanwhile, Nissan has spent over 20 years trying to acquire from a man named Uzi Nissan, and it took Apple 16 years to acquire from a British company called Apple Illustrations.

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In my own experience, you can still register decent domain name for your business using .com extension. The author only referring to a premium dictionary domain names. I still can register a domain name for our products or services. All you need, a little research of combination of keywords that match your business. This will help create your brand and to start the online business rolling. If you become successful, try to purchase other domain names that will push your business to the next level e.g. acquiring Premium Domain Name.


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