rachel_fournier at mail.com
Sun Dec 16 18:49:38 EST 2001
Its still .biz as usual despite terrorist threats and an uncertain economic outlook. Small businesses and individuals around the world are aggressively registering the exciting, new dot BIZ domain name before all the best names are taken. Since the domain was introduced in early November, over one million .biz domains have been registered successfully, making .biz the most popular of the new top-level extensions originally proposed by ICANN last year. If you havent secured your new domain name, you should act now before its too late. Simply visit: http://www.dotbizcentral.com
Why all the fuss with these new domain names? Its quite simply one of the Internets growing pains. For years, demand has far out-stripped supply for short, easy-to-remember .com names. If you consider that domain names were originally devised by internet architects as a means to help everyone remember internet addresses, it defeats the purpose if we have to remember obscure-sounding domains like mycompany-123.com With domains like business.com selling for $7.5 million, its about time that consumers are given more choices in domain types.
Consider the facts: 1. the smart individuals who registered their .com domain in the early days are now very wealthy 2. .biz was launched in November, 2001 making it the newest domain name on the Internet 3. over 15 million .biz names are expected to be registered in the next four years meaning that .biz will eventually be in short-supply 4. ICANN will NOT be introducing any new domain names in the near future. There can only be one conclusion: dot BIZ valuations will skyrocket and now is the best and probably only time to register a good domain name. Dot biz is available now at: http://www.dotbizcentral.com
"While .com names hold the most prestige, the next frontier is the new suffixes -.info, .biz, and .pro likely to become available later this year..." -BUSINESSWEEK MAGAZINE, April 16, 2001.
And according to a July 02, 2001 ZDNET news article, industry analysts estimate that "15 million dot-biz names will be registered by 2005," thus making dot BIZ even more popular than Dot Com. An exciting new era is about to unfold on the Internet. Go to http://www.dotbizcentral.com to find out more or to register now.
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