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Username: spot
Date/Time: Fri, November 16, 2001 at 8:42 PM GMT
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Subject: .info is better than .org. .org is an arse if you're running a business. .info is very versatile


Long term, .info will be valued higher than .org, indeed its value is higher to me right now and probably to others too. .org is basically a pile of bollocks unless you're running a charity/ non profit.

One final word, which often gets overlooked. Some country codes are also valuable. I'm not talking about .cc and .tv and all that shit. I mean in a developed country, generic cctlds are often valuable to businesses in that country. generics for example are valuable in the UK. Of course a generic tld is a safer bet as you've got a much wider pool of potential buyers, nevertheless some cctlds have value (apart from the laughably useless in which virtually every domain name is free)


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