MMX, the company behind a number of new domain extensions like .work, .yoga, .law, .fit, cooking and many more is getting ready to release a slew of previously reserved premium domain names. This means that domains which were previously unavailable will suddenly be available to end-users.
I’ve had the chance to review the list and there are a lot of solid domains on it and prices well below anything you’d find in a corresponding .COM.
Like most things in the new gTLD space, I see this as a great opportunity for startups and entrepreneurs to get a great name at a fraction of the cost of the corresponding .COM.
“…these new, previously unpriced, reserved names will appeal to everyone’s interests and budget. From creative.work to aerobic.fit to french.cooking totrout.fishing andinstructor.yoga there are new names starting at standard registration price along with the various tiers, most of which renew at regular rates”.Source – Christa Taylor (CMO, MMX)
Here’s a short-list of the domain extensions that will soon have premium previously reserved names on the market:
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I’ve had a chance to look at the list and found a lot of domains that would be a perfect fit for businesses across a wide range of niches. Here’s a few that caught my eye:
Sold.Boston– great name for a real estate agent in Boston
Technology.fit– being completely honest, we might buy this one for our company, definitely a great one to use for some of the information sites we’re building out on the marketing side this year
Breed.horse– my Mom has been riding horses for years, trust me, horse breeders play a critical role and there’s a LOT of money in this space
About.fashion – great domain for a fashion blog or information site about the fashion industry
Budapest.yoga – if you run a Yoga studio in Budapest, this domain is a great one to have, and now it’s making me want to do yoga
Well there’s 4,995 other domains that are about to hit the market so there are a lot more than what I’ve listed here. Looking forward to seeing how this goes for MMX, I’m a big fan of getting these names out to the market and can’t wait to see what people build on them!