And so it goes, I’ve been on the fence about the new domain extensions since hearing about their arrival to the domain market mid to late 2012.
I’ve closely followed the opinions of Mike Berkens, Morgan Linton, Page Howe, Rick Schwartz and a host of others on a weekly basis.
All in all, I’ve been on the fence about the new domain extensions and their impact, whether positive or negative.
My original thoughts were that ICANN had lost its mind and was off its rocker to allow such a massive tsunami of new domain extensions to confuse hit the market in an already seemingly working system of domain extensions.
But then again, and in my humble opinion, releasing new domain extensions is a pure money grab for ICANN.
However, as of late, one thought that I’ve toyed with is based on the uniqueness that the new domain extensions bring to the domain market, and their impact to SEO and Search.
Just hear me out for a minute before calling me crazy. Okay, so here’s my thought…