Answer by DJ Scooby Doo · Aug 18, 2012 at 07:05 PM
.co, I guess? I mean sometimes people type really fast and forget the m in .com, so I'd say .co is really good. I like using .co.uk, and .com.do, because they do look nice. For some reason, .co.uk gets more things than other domains. For example in SoundCloud, if you have a .co.uk email address, you get 250 additional minutes of upload time.
Answer by ImakeSense · Oct 21, 2012 at 01:01 AM
I like .co and especially with anyone and everyone getting tablets nowadays or having smarter smart phones where most are using the Net but typing on touchscreens, .co is the way to go. Less to type but very very close to .com. I think it will catch on. Look at Overstock. They were O.com and now they also have O.co and are advertising O.co as their main web domain. I'm buying myself a .co domain name next month but wow I am having a hard time finding a name that isn't already taken. It makes sense for one day .co to overtake .com because of the ease of typing it.
Answer by Thomas Crabtree · Oct 23, 2012 at 06:48 PM
.com and .co.uk are the two most used ones worldwide, and if you make a typing mistake in your browser it will automatically search for the .com and .co.uk domains first before trying more exotic ones, which usually means someone finds a different website than your one, which is especially important if you're doing some type of marketing or sales store.
Answer by Tharun · Dec 18, 2012 at 03:15 PM
I do like .com because if you can find a name & is available, it would be great as it would be mostly available for other extensions too. Getting a .com domain now is difficult (I mean getting the name you think of). If you are starting a company website then you could get a bulk like .org, .net, .info..
I do use .in for short link service.. Since i host a blog, i have a domain with .co.in as well as .in domain with small name (3 letters & 6 letters domain) for providing links in twitter and all.
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