Six Geo Examples of Developed New gTLDs

Sep 09 2016

The last two weeks we’ve looked at a variety of new gTLD extensions that are developed in first or last names, and then a few examples of developed new G’s with keywords that span the dot. This week we’re looking at developed geographic + new gTLDs, with the populations of the locations below ranging from around 35,000 to over 5 million residents.

Kefalonia.Property – Kefalonia is an island in the Ionian Sea, near Greece. This is an additional site for a company with the name of Peterson’s, which is based at Petersons.gr. “Peterson’s Group is a technical company based in Argostoli, Kefalonia. The company focuses on the design and construction of private investments such as houses, offices and shops. Furthermore, it specializes in property sales.”

kefalonia.property

Enfield.Tattoo – Not surprisingly, this is the home of a tattoo shop in Enfield, in the UK.

enfield.tattoo
Vallarta.Photo – A wedding photographer based in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico is using this site to promote their services.

vallarta.photo

Yorkshire.Hosting – A UK company, “Hosting Yorkshire are a local York-based web design, SEO hosting, IT Support and online marketing agency. We started back in 2003 under the company name of ‘York Websites’ solely offering online marketing and website design services.”

Yorkshire.hosting

Marbella.Flowers – Based in Marbella, Spain, “Floral workshop AM Flowers Design is a flowers decoration for any events and any spaces. Under the direction of Alla Margun, the florist-decorator with the long experience in the flower business.

marbella.flowers

Savannah.Cars – This is the new home of a used car dealership in Savannah, Georgia. When I checked, they had 362 cars available, with prices from $4,500 to $62,000.

savannah.cars

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      Aaron

      In addition to your list, a couple other .cars geo’s that are developed include STL.cars (St. Louis), Colorado.cars, and FortWayne.cars.
      I’m guessing there are more…..I didn’t dig too deep.

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