Schilling’s company releases another five top level domain names.
Apparently only one company thought it wise to release new top level domain names during the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday week: Frank Schilling’s Uniregistry.
Uniregistry is releasing five top level domain names in general availability on Tuesday: .hosting, .property, .diet, .help and .click.
.Hosting and .Property are the most expensive, with retail prices ranging from $28-$40. .Diet and .Help have prices in the $18-$25 range.
.Click is cheap. Very cheap. Retail prices are typically between $6-$7 per registration.
For previous launches, Schilling has registered a bunch of domain names himself, thus letting domainers pick over the scraps. For .click, he’s holding back fewer than 150 domains from registration, at least until general availability goes live. This means some high quality terms will be available at the second level. The only question is: what’s a good keyword under .click worth?