It’s no secret that .CLUB has been one of the top new domain name extensions (new gTLDs) to hit the market. Along with being the first new extension to hit 100,000 paid registrations they also have seen very strong adoption from entrepreneurs all over the world.
As many of you know, what excites me the most about new domain extensions are the startups and small businesses that build on them. While there’s no doubt that .COMs definitely have the most resale value, most startups aren’t looking to spend a fortune on a domain, they are looking for a great brand.
So I thought now was a good time to do a review of some of my favorite new .CLUB sites, one of which recently made big news as the winner of Techcrunch Disrupt, enjoy!
Alfred.club – this is my new favorite, it’s called Alfred and it’s a new service that essentially helps you get that butler you’ve always been dreaming of. From laundry and dry cleaning to picking things up from the pharmacy and sending packages, forget Jeeves, you need Alfred.
Shaving.club – this was one of the first .CLUB sites to launch and it’s a pretty awesome service. If you’re tired of constantly buying razor blades, just join the club (starting at $7/month) and fresh razors will make their way to your door.
Eat.club – this is an awesome new startup in a very hot space – food delivery. If you want to order food for your office this startup can make it happen but in a much more efficient way.
Configure.club – okay, so by now you all know I’m a big geek, which is why I really like this one. Configure.club is a site dedicated to, you guessed it, configuring software and devices. There are lots of great how to articles on this site from iPhone 6 and 6 plus tips to running Android apps on your PC.
HomeSearch.club – it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to guess what this site is about. Great exact-match domain and a pretty slick UX for finding a home in your area.
Is your favorite .CLUB site not listed above? Feel free to share your favorite in the comment section below. Comment and let your voice be heard!