|Domains in a big pile. Like they often are.|
So, we could now see www.pepsi.pepsi or www.siemens.siemens appearing in our Internet browsers - both examples of generic top level domains (gTLDs).
However, the snag is the $185,000 dollar registration cost, which will certainly be prohibitive.
Stone Junction certainly won't be going for a .technical PR any time soon!
We presume though that this would be a killer tactic for SEO. After all, what better way to tell a search engine that you're serious than spending nearly two hundred big ones on your chosen keyword?
But the fact remains, what's the point? I think the next decade is more likely to see a move away from domain extensions entirely than the process of them getting more complex beginning in earnest.
After all, what's easier to remember - ABB.co.uk or ABB.ABB?
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