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Posted On September 13, 2011
It's official, ICANN just approved the launch of new Generic Top-Level Domains (gTLDs) -- at a cost of $185,000 per application, plus a $25,000 annual fee.
So what does this all mean for .COM? I say that this is good news, and it will only increase in value of .COM.
It's simple -- adding noise to any market will increase the value of the prime real estate.
We'd like to thank everybody who participated in our Beta release, and a special thanks goes to those who submitted feedback on our tools. We've made many advances to our backend, and we believe we're ready to scale.
To celebrate our official public release, we'll be throwing a contest and giving away lots of fantastic prizes. Stay tuned, we'll be following up with our contest announcement shortly.
The Domain Alerts tool will allow you to create notifications for a domain. If the domain's WHOIS status ever changes, we'll let you know. This is especially useful if you'd like to know if/when a domain you've been watching becomes available.
The Bulk Domain CHeck tool will allow you to check the availability of multiple domains across multiple TLDs at once. This is especially useful if you have a large keyword list you've created and what to see if any domains are available for it. Best of all, there's no limit to the number of domains you want to check.
We're currently developing three new tools, that we hope to release over the next couple weeks. We're also doubling our marketing efforts in an attempt to reach a wider audience. We've got some exiting news to share soon - stay tuned to find out more.
Here is a list of the major additions and changes we've made since our last update.
The algorithm behind the random generator is pretty cool. We scanned the english dictionary and calculated the probability of all letter combinations (at the beginning, middle, or end of the word) in all words and used that to generate pronouncable random words. We're still playing with the probability threshold to see which brings back the best words. Please check it out and let us know what you think.
Here's a summary of the major changes so far...