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Daily Poll: Do You Own .IO Domain Names?

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Morgan Linton recently wrote about .IO domain names being purchased by domain investors. ccTLD domain name extensions like .IO aren’t really in my wheelhouse and I don’t own any nor have I ever owned any.

Based on what Morgan wrote and what I have seen in sales reports for the last couple/few years, domain investors have been buying .IO domain names. I have also seen many startups use .IO domain names for their websites, and this adoption is likely fueling the interest in the extension.

For today’s daily poll, I would be curious to know how many readers own .IO domain names. I also added a couple of other options for people who previously owned .IO domain names or plan to buy .IO domain names in the future.



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Comments (6)

    Auction.fyi

    Nope. NEVER!
    – high renewal
    – ccTLD – The Internet country code top-level domain .io is assigned to the British Indian Ocean Territory.

    July 2nd, 2018 at 10:51 am

    Dale

    .io stands for pigeon st

    July 2nd, 2018 at 12:43 pm

    Snoopy

    Not a chance, it is a “trend extension” that will gravitate towards nothing once it becomes stale just like all the others before it. (.cc, .ws, .tv, .xyz, .to)

    July 2nd, 2018 at 9:24 pm

    Barney

    Strongly agree with the trend comment above. By next month, it will be completely out of fashion. Never really took off and never will. It is on par with a .crap gtld and is completely .worthless

    July 2nd, 2018 at 10:16 pm

    moo

    .io is a niche thing for software developers/startups, and they usually go with made-up words (because they certainly have some understanding of domaining, trademarking etc.). So there is almost zero chance to hit something which that crowd would want, if they see a name they like is taken they simply think of a different word.

    Generic one-worders are the exception, but they still might wait for years without ever seeing any interested buyer.

    July 3rd, 2018 at 2:29 am

    JOHN COLASCIONE

    I only own three now. I recently picked up three more after my only one sold recently on Sedo, out of the blue, for like a 1000% of what I purchased it for. Wound up grabbing three more generics.

    July 4th, 2018 at 12:16 pm

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