If you don’t like the wine and automotive domain names launching this week, you can leave .feedback.
It’s a fairly active week for new to level domain names with
six seven domains entering general availability, including a handful that don’t mix.
Jay Westerdal’s Top Level Spectrum launched the .feedback domain name on Monday. Each domain comes with a free online feedback platform. MSRP is $39.95 per year.
Rightside launches .Family on Wednesday, and you can buy the domains for about $25.
After a long political struggle, Donuts launches .Wine and .Vin in Early Access on Wednesday. The company had a sommelier at NamesCon last week to promote the new domain extensions. Registration fees are in the $40-$50 range.
Also on Wednesday, Frank Schilling and Daniel Negari launch a trio of auto domain names: .auto, .car and .cars. These are premium domain names that cost a lot: about $2,500 per name per year. If you want to lock up a second level name in each, you’re looking at $7,500 per year. This limits investor potential with the name, but Google is all in.
The original version of this story neglected to include .Family.