Rightside launches three military-themed domains, NAR launches .realtor, and a strange generic goes live.
Here’s a run down of this week’s new top level domain name launches.
On Wednesday, Rightside releases three military-themed domain names: .navy, .army and .airforce. Pricing runs from about $25-$35. UPDATE: .vet also launches.
Also on Wednesday, Donuts’ releases .healthcare at regular price general availability. Following the .healthcare launch, Donuts won’t release any more domains this month.
Thursday could be a key moment in the new top level domain name program, assuming National Association of Realtors doesn’t screw it up. That’s when it releases the .realtor domain, and gives away up to 500,000 of them to its members. If realtors take them up on the offer, it could be a big marketing boost for new TLDs.
Also on Thursday, Infibeam releases .ooo. Last week it bought out the front page of the Times of India, pooosting articles about dooomain names and technooology, in which it changed wooords with ooone ‘o’ tooo three.
It’s likely taking out another front page ad this week ahead of launch.
Other than being “mobile friendly” because you don’t have to move your finger, there’s not much more to this domain. Only a handful of registrars seem to be offering it at launch.