We’ve published several graphics over the last few days to illustrate which domain name extensions have been applied for under the ICANN new TLD program.
Today’s graphic illustrates the brand names / trademarks.
NB: This does NOT include other extensions, such as “generics” that big brands might have applied for.
You can see a lot of other data related to new TLDs on our special site
- Big Brands Trying To Corner Generic Namespaces? (internetnews.me)
- .Brand Applications Account for One Third of All New gTLD Applications (circleid.com)
- Digging Into New TLDs (internetnews.me)
- The TLD Song (internetnews.me)
What do you think about branded domains Michele – will they get the go ahead and what conditions will apply? Have ICANN given any strong indications about them?
Of course they’ll go ahead. If Google wants .google or BMW wants to have .bmw there’s no reason why they shouldn’t have them. If you want to see what they’re planning with any extension check out the public part of the applications via http://www.dotwhat.co/ – they’re linked to
IIA Member Blogs: Which Brandnames Have Been Applied For as TLDs? http://t.co/th71EtRl #iiamembers
RT @blacknight: Which Brandnames Have Been Applied For as TLDs?: http://t.co/azDuhYpo
Which Brandnames Have Been Applied For as TLDs? – Blacknight Blog http://t.co/VDTaJ7oW
RT @blacknight: Which Brandnames Have Been Applied For as TLDs? – Blacknight Blog http://t.co/VDTaJ7oW