Google Registry is launching a brand new and actually enjoyable top-level area: .ing. I’m guessing you’re already suppose.ing about a number of the domains you may find yourself purchase.ing.
Now you can register .ing domains as a part of Google’s early entry interval, although you’ll should pay “a further one-time payment,” Google’s Christina Yeh wrote in a blog post. That payment will go down every day via December fifth. At 16:00 UTC (midday ET) on that date, .ing domains will formally be publicly out there.
A couple of of us at The Verge have had some enjoyable plugging completely different phrases into GoDaddy’s area search to see what .ing domains are up for grabs. Some frequent phrases with -ing endings are actually costly; suppose.ing and purchase.ing price $38,999.99 and $129,999.99, respectively, per 12 months to register. However I’ve discovered a couple of good ones which might be fairly inexpensive — good luck on the hunt!
Google Registry can also be engaged on a .meme top-level area, in keeping with a Google Registry post from August. At the moment, .meme is in a restricted registration interval, per a schedule on that publish. Early entry to .meme is ready to open up on November twenty eighth, and the area will probably be out there for anybody to register starting December fifth.