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  1. #16
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    Looks like Overstock's changed its logo to 'O.co' on the non-US versions of the website.
    There are only 10 types of people in the world: those who understand binary and those who don't.

  2. #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by the_poet View Post
    Looks like Overstock's changed its logo to 'O.co' on the non-US versions of the website.
    I suppose if they keep their trade mark they are allowed to do whatever they want to.

  3. #18
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    Some of the domains that will be auctioned off at Sedo:
    Oil.co
    Shopping.co
    Money.co
    Drugstore.co
    Business.co
    Advertising.co
    Movies.co
    Health.co
    Computers.co
    Girls.co
    Weddings.co
    Training.co
    Shoes.co
    Networking.co
    Luxury.co
    Gold.co
    Gas.co
    Finance.co
    CreditCards.co
    Clothing.co
    Bank.co
    Entertainment.co
    Appliances.co
    Technology.co
    Dance.co
    Art.co
    News.co
    Doctors.co
    Boats.co
    Women.co
    Pawn.co
    Gardening.co
    Candles.co
    Watches.co
    Time.co
    Men.co
    Luggage.co
    Handbags.co
    Football.co
    Antiques.co
    Tires.co
    Taxes.co
    Retirement.co
    Party.co
    Office.co
    Investing.co
    Fun.co
    Fitness.co
    Cameras.co
    Skating.co
    Solar.co
    Exercise.co
    Tequila.co
    Accessories.co
    Racing.co
    Parts.co
    Linens.co
    Cigar.co
    Boating.co
    SKI.co
    Trees.co
    Patio.co
    Bath.co
    Wheels.co
    Jazz.co
    Downloads.co
    Bed.co
    Automotive.co
    Servers.co
    Desktops.co
    CigarStore.co
    Brakes.co
    Hybrid.co
    Disability.co
    LatinMusic.co
    PetShops.co
    FlowerShops.co
    DisabilityInsurance.co
    ExerciseVideo.co
    SportStraining.co
    FilmCameras.co
    DigitalCameras.co
    Tulips.co
    TrainingVideo.co
    Riding.co
    Recipes.co
    Recession.co
    Projectors.co
    Plants.co
    Pawnshops.co
    Orchids.co
    Nuclear.co
    Monitors.co
    LiquorStore.co
    JazzMusic.co
    GunShops.co
    DvdPlayers.co
    Driving.co
    Condos.co
    ClassicalMusic.co
    Classical.co
    Biking.co
    Source: TheDomains.com
    There are only 10 types of people in the world: those who understand binary and those who don't.

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    And what? I suppose that is possible to gain some profit from that only for bulk selling. IMO

  5. #20
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    it will take 4-5 years to develop .co domain industry

  6. #21
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    Name.com completely revolutionized its homepage and now the .CO banner is even more prominent.
    There are only 10 types of people in the world: those who understand binary and those who don't.

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    My views on .co Extension

    The .co extension alone is a four-in-one suffix to mention: 1. A role as a company surfix. 2. A commerce suffix. 3. A major rival with .com 4. A major typo of the giant .com extension. My advice is if any one can still get a good one word of the extension now, such a person will soon be in money in the nearest future; say within now and two years to come. Think of the promotion given to the extension by sedo, google, godaddy and others. I see it as the emergence of another major suffix. Cheers.
    Bitcoinalytic.com | For sale at Flippa WalletDevice.com | Walletical.com |My Blog DNCombo.com

  8. #23
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    Re:

    I think .co would do good in the future. As a starter extension, it would experience many struggle.
    For me, .com is still good coz it satisfies me as for my domains. It is somehow closer to .co Just missing the "m" . =D

  9. #24
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    US .co End-Users Sort Sighted

    Any branding in .co should be (and probably is) considered a current ad campaign, nothing more. This is true with any third-world ccTLD. Makes me wonder if the brains at Overstock.com actually know WTF .co really is.

    Anyway, when something ugly happens with the extension, the genius who decided to pour lots of cash into the branding of "O.co" for Overstock.com will probably lose his/her job.

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    My Views on .co

    The emergence of .co now is the repeat of what happened to .com in 1980s when nobody knew what is presently happening with the greatest suffix (.com).
    This is another chance for all domainers to do something about .co now by getting the good ones now so that in 2 to 4 years time one should be able to make good cash.
    A word is enough for the wise. Cheers.
    Bitcoinalytic.com | For sale at Flippa WalletDevice.com | Walletical.com |My Blog DNCombo.com

  11. #26
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    grasp the new opportunity

    With the booming of domain industry, more and more new extension will be introduced into, it is a new trend that destined, we'd better welcome and grasp the new opportunity associated to such extension. So, good luck.
    Cheers!
    Miya

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    Snowboards.co sold for $7,500 on Sedo.
    There are only 10 types of people in the world: those who understand binary and those who don't.

  13. #28
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    .co sales so far

    Music.co sold for $30.000 creditcard.co also for $17,000 these domains are just about 7 to 8 months old; if one can get one word or very strong keyword with .co suffix will be equals to raw cash. Even if you are not approch now, it is a valuable asset for you. Watch my word and do not joke with .co suffix. Cheers.
    Bitcoinalytic.com | For sale at Flippa WalletDevice.com | Walletical.com |My Blog DNCombo.com

  14. #29
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    What do you think of .co domains?

    Dot co domains are getting popular . This is most suitable for companies that preceding with .co rather than .com .I have a domain name with .co really suitable for my e-commerce business and i registered it in XnYnZ.com. they offers me lot of service for enrich my e-commerce site

  15. #30
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    Hello Friend !
    You really job for knowledge and Good Information Thanks for sharing our company domains I thinks !

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