Calling all .ca owners, do you dabble? (1 Viewing)

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So for this topic I am directing the conversation to .ca & .com domain owners who own...

Less than 1% gTLD's to their entire catalogue


So for all those .com owners who own a mere handful of new gTLD's please list them and explain what made you dabble in them.


Personally I own over 1000 domains and own x1 gTLD's

1. photog.app - bought it to go with photograpp.com (photograph app)


Other than that my catalogue consists of my country code .ca & .com with less than 1% .org, .us, .net.

So what made you DABBLE in gTLD?



THIS TOPIC IS NOT FOR MEMBERS WHO OWN A LARGE AMOUNT OF TLD'S
It is specifically directed at someone who might dabble in less than 1% of catalogue.
 

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I “dabbled” in some realty domains last year. I believe [notify]dancarls[/notify] did the same. Took a chance on a few including

NovaScotia.realty
Manitoba.realty

I believe I did around 7 or so names.
 

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I have bought lots of one off new-gtld's or gtlds, But have not really sold any over the years.

I did drop @$100 to try the .realty extension

I tried Canadian names like -Burnaby.realty, Whiterock.realty, Vancity.realty and VancouverIsland.realty I also bought a lot of other major cities around the world. I have had not interest even with a bunch of outbound digging.

I have had some .live and .io I have let the few I had drop except for the ones i have built sites on.

.club is the big FOMO right now with clubhouse so of course I'm not one to miss out on fomo I picked up a cpl of those as well, only to drop in a year im sure.
 

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I dabbled in .solar domains a few years ago. Had ideas for developing, but my ideas required more time than I had to give. Eventually let them expire.
 

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