Two days ago, I’ve explained why in my opinion, Dot Net is actually better than Dot Web in terms of “meaningfulness” of the term on the right of the dot. Both are superior to Dot Com in that respect but, well… that doesn’t matter
I believe it’s clear to everyone reading this post that nobody’s going to ever come close to Dot Com.
Let’s not even discuss that.
Instead, let’s try to figure out just what it would take to call Dot Web successful.
In my opinion, it will do better than most or perhaps all new gTLDs.
However, I expect an underwhelming performance overall.
I mean look, even in today’s environment in which there isn’t all that much demand for new gTLDs, I do believe a string like Dot Web will generate lots of interest. But some domainers are expecting a blockbuster performance from Dot Web and I for one think they’re too optimistic.
If we define “success” as generating...