Radix announced that its .Website new gTLD extension surpassed the 100,000 registration mark. According to the company, “.website has become one of the top nTLD domain choices of corporations across the world. Consistently in the top 10 fastest growing nTLDs, .website crossed 100k domains to be the 11th largest new gTLD.”
Last week, Radix announced that it expected that its .Online extension would see 15,000 registrations in the first day of general availability. The company even targeted the .Club registration mark of more than 25,000 domain names registered on the first day of general availability.
I think .Online and .Website are fairly similar and could appeal to the same types of buyers. I think “online” and “website” are also popular keywords in domain names that already exist. It will be interesting to see how the growth rate of these two extensions compares.
I am curious how you think .Online will compare to .Website after the first year. Do you think .Online will have more registrations in one year than .Website had after one year? Vote in the poll below. You are also invited to share your thoughts on the differences in these two extensions.