NameSilo Announces Catch.Club

Colin Campbell, Chairman and Founder of the .Club Registry, tweeted about a new domain name drop catching service that will be launched by NameSilo. The service is called Catch.Club, and NameSilo CMO Endrit Muca shared more information about the service in the video below. You can also learn more about the service on the website.

It does not look like Catch.Club is open for business yet, but I signed up for updates on the website. Despite the fact that the drop catching service is operating on a .Club domain name, the website notes “support only .com but more nTLD and ccTLDs are coming.”

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  1. This is smart. It won’t be long and they’ll be woke to nTLD. People are more inclined to click.

    Hopefully they use homepage h1 “DropCatch Domain Names”.

    Smart meta description something along the lines of “DropCatching Aggregator” to peak interest. Gotta fit in all the major search strings, “deleting domains” etc.

    Advertising will be supremely effective too.

    Honestly, when it comes to premium nTLD vs .com counterpart there is no comparison. Breaking.News vs BreakingNews.Com as one of a million superior examples. The 1st would absolutely destroy the later, all else equal.

    • There will never be a “all else equal” with the head start and marketing spend of brands on .com domain names.

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