Monday, August 27, 2012

Looking for the latest info about new gTLDs?

There is a funny thing about the "new generic Top-Level Domains" group I moderate on LinkedIn: I never really had to do any promotion. I was just the first one to think about opening such a group. Then, progressively, people came to subscribe naturally. There will soon be 900 members.

I am pretty much familiar with new gTLDs (I created one entire project - you possibly heard about the dotVinum project for wine domain names - and I provide(d) consultancy services for many companies) but I must admit I don't write so much about new gTLDs. When I do, it is on my blog but then, I like to share it with my LinkedIn group. I also like to comment when someone posts.

Of course I could use 10 more lines here to write about my holidays with my kids and how much I like wine but I am no sure it is what you want to read here :-)

What matters reading this post is that...when you post the link of something you wrote on another web site, here is what happens:

  1. Your link to your article is sent with its Title to all of the 874 subscribers of the group;
  2. You offer the group a possibility to comment, ask or answer a question;
  3. You offer another approach to understanding the ICANN new gTLD program;
  4. If you did not write an article on another web site, you can still post a new conversation.
To post your new gTLD articles, please join the New generic Top-Level Domains on LinkedIn.
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