I know the formula that .com is for business and .org for charity and so on. However, we have a lot of new .endings like .uk or .co.uk and so on. My question is would it be sensible to go for any of these. For example _.net, _.uk, _.info etc,
Is co.uk viable or inadvisable if you cannot get the .com
Should you buy all versions of a .com you buy to prevent competition?
Most of the time, the problem is the 2 syllable version of what you want is gone. "_able" is rare as it is memorable so .com goes fast.
is ."_ing.com a sensible option?
I am sure others here would be interested in a discussion. The question really is, "If you cannot get the .com you want, what is the best and safest viable alternative, and are the shorter endings sensible at all?
obble. anything else....how would you rank them as viable domains to buy. (don't try the .com it takes you to a yellow brick, but the .com must be owned by someone who likes a florid green background with a yellow brick!) I thought I made it up.
(I know someone who made money with a James Bond ending he had so there have to be times it is worth buying odd endings? Everything microsoft and disney has gone. I checked just now. So that makes me wonder if, if you can afford it, you should get every ending? )