A lawn care company uses a great .co domain name.
It seems like every day TechCrunch is covering a startup using a .co domain.
But it’s not just tech companies that have taken an eye to the domain.
On the way to work yesterday I passed a lawn company truck with the domain name Mow.co on the back.
I reached out to Cutting Edge Lawn Care to ask about the domain, and they sent me a picture of one of their trailers with the Mow.co web address on it.
Jerry Tindel, business manager for the family business that his son owns, tells Domain Name Wire:
When we received the email from Register.com about a year or more ago announcing the new two digit suffixes, I went on line within 20 minutes and registered www.mow.co. We use that to forward to one of our other web sites in the Austin area…
The domain forwards to cutting-edge-lawn-care.com, which would be much harder to fit on the back of a truck (not to mention much harder to remember).
I know not everyone is a fan of .co, but this is a case where I think it makes a lot of sense. Not only is it far superior to the domain it forwards to, but the fact that mow rhymes with co makes it memorable.