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In your opinion....


What is the best domain name in the world?


In my opinion it is world.com


What is your opinion?
 
I like Home.com and X.com personally

Rogers cable in Canada used to use the @home address and I had an email address me@home.com for years.

I used me@home.com for personal and me@mydomain.com for business.

I was so upset when Rogers switched @home to @rogers, I dumped the address immediately.
They dumped @home at the same time they switched you yahoo.com as their email system.


PS. Welcome aboard @CanadaNames (y)
 
Rogers cable in Canada used to use the @home address and I had an email address me@home.com for years.

I used me@home.com for personal and me@mydomain.com for business.

I was so upset when Rogers switched @home to @rogers, I dumped the address immediately.
They dumped @home at the same time they switched you yahoo.com as their email system.


PS. Welcome aboard @CanadaNames (y)
me@home.com is crazy for being a Rogers email, how did you get ahold of that?

Also, thanks! Great site - I've been lurking on dn.ca for a while and have been into domains for quite some time. Recently, I built a small .ca portfolio and when I saw CanadaNames.ca on the TBR list yesterday, for $10 I thought it would be a pretty solid name to operate under. Looks like you had it for a bit previously.
 
me@home.com is crazy for being a Rogers email, how did you get ahold of that?

They issued thousands of those emails, it was part of Rogers at the time

I built a small .ca portfolio and when I saw CanadaNames.ca on the TBR list yesterday, for $10 I thought it would be a pretty solid name to operate under. Looks like you had it for a bit previously.

Yes it was, I have too many domains revolving around the domaining industry so I let a number of them drop.

Trying to sell a domaining name to a domainer is an attempt at futility. :LOL:
 
so hard, would have to be one word, five letters or less, and recognized almost anywhere in the world. or maybe a number domain.
 
depends on your definition, but i could argue for usa.gov
 
Pretty hard question to answer, but I would go with a numeric .com since numbers are pretty much universal. A single numeric would probably be best, but any meaningful number would work so my vote goes to...360.com
 
God.com - It use/could still be owned by Kevin Ham l(Canadian and one of the .co creators).

What could be “higher”? :)
 
I'm pretty sure that the USA has more money than god or anyone else. So I still think USA.gov wins haha.

Speaking of Kevin, if you're not a linkedin connection with him, he's asked me to help promote his new project - so check out Ham.com to see what Kevin is up to.
 

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