Below is another look at a few developed sites on the new gTLDs. Screenshots are linked to the sites if you’d like to check them out for yourself.
A voice over IP company, and based on the website, they look like the real deal.
“Voice over IP is not only cheap, but it can make you look cheap too. That’s why we’re here.
We are here to help you make things better. We’re also here to change the rules of the game and redefine quality standards. Let us remind you we’re now in 2015: it’s time to make your Unified Communications system worthwhile!”
They also own domains such as ClearerLink.com, Clearest.link, Conferencing.link, TelecomMD.com, and TheCallCatcher.com, although they need to get a redirect in place to point to their live site.
It’s tougher to make a case that you’re a worldwide business with a ccTLD; this domain is an upgrade from VOLO.am, the Armenian extension, to VOLO.Global.
“VOLO is a leading-edge IT innovation outsourcing company from Armenia that is focused using .NET tools to help enterprise-grade clients innovate faster.”
“VOLO is the most unique IT innovation powerhouse. With the strong vision and aggressive goal to become a global leader in IT sector we already have representatives working in USA, Canada, Germany, and Switzerland. Recently we have opened our development center in Ukraine. Yet, this is just the beginning.”
Several .Property Domains
I’m seeing a fair number of developed .Property domains for small and medium sized shops that are using the domain to span the dot. A few examples are below:
A Scotland-based company with properties for sale and lease.
An Atlanta-based realtor.
A Central Oregon realtor. So much shorter than their LegacyHomeAndRanch.com.