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Top Six gTLD Questions for Brands

Written on
May 28th 2013
Author
Wolfe Domain

ADOTAS – With the first wave of generic top level domains (gTLDs) set to launch this summer, followed by a wave of brand-controlled domains in the fourth quarter of 2013 and into 2014, the new Internet is upon us. Jennifer Wolfe, president of Wolfe Domain, the leading gTLD digital brand ... more...

Brands & the Next Internet Wave: What You Need To Know

Written on
May 21st 2013
Author
David Mitnick

ADOTAS – For brand managers and marketers, the Internet has presented a rapid series of opportunities and challenges. First came the growth of websites, which took consumer attention from traditional media and eventually attracted an increasing percentage of media budgets. Next came a tidal wave of social media outlets like ... more...

Geographical Name Branding: Dot Patagonia? Dot Amazon?

Written on
April 25th 2013
Author
Naseem Javed

ADOTAS – When names are borrowed from the Atlas, things happen. Use of Geographic names have always caused some problems for two reasons; one they are in public domain so anyone can use and two they suggest that business is confined to just that geographic area. Like Paris Bakery, Waterloo ... more...

gTLD: The Impact of 524 Words on the Global Branding World

Written on
April 2nd 2013
Author
Naseem Javed

ADOTAS – There are specific 542 dictionary words applied for as generic top-level domain as ICANN gTLDs at an average cost of million dollars each. What will these dictionary words achieve as cyber brands, what power will they exert on new and established brands and who will be the new ... more...

gTLDs and the Next Agency Boom

Written on
March 21st 2013
Author
Naseem Javed

ADOTAS – Despite all the opposition against ICANN from ad agencies of the world, some 1,000 top-level domain name gTLDs are queued to be released in next 100 days. There are highly distinct roles for enlightened ad agencies to engage right away. The advertising services are increasing losing ground and ... more...

Bookworms Attack Dot Book: ICANN & the Generic Name Dilemma

Written on
March 11th 2013
Author
Naseem Javed

The sleepy corporate world is now discovering that the wide-awake generic top-level domain name holder is now poised to play the upper hands in the global cyber name branding warfare. They are right, as the winners and losers of the global name games will now line up in their respective ... more...

Sony and Others Pushing Digital Envelope Are Most Poised for Competitive Advantage with gTLDs

Written on
March 6th 2013
Author
Jennifer Wolfe

Companies like Sony are continuing to push the digital innovation envelope – as evidenced by the recent unveiling of the new PlayStation console with more Internet streaming options and broader integration with multiple devices. Clearly, companies that respond to consumer demand for a rich experience with multiple access points and social ... more...

Do Not Enter: Closed gTLD Area

Written on
March 4th 2013
Author
Naseem Javed

Definitions: Open gTLD is like dot com that anyone can buy and freely use. Closed gTLD is for example dot rice where the owners may decide if and how they are sold on the market or may use strictly for their own corporate use to corner the web traffic. After ... more...

The Bright Future in New Age Advertising: The Big List of Big Facts

Written on
January 10th 2013
Author
Naseem Javed

Facts: The Internet was not invented to solve global naming complexities, but today it is right in the center, with the most powerful domain name tools and options leading the charge. Facts: There are some 100 top diluted names being shared by 100 million businesses around the world each chasing ownership ... more...

The New Face of Global Branding: Evaluating gTLD Names

Written on
June 20th 2012
Author
Naseem Javed

ADOTAS – Based on the rules of naming and corporate nomenclature, my company, ABC Namebank, has applied its Name Evaluation Process to the entire list of 1,930 proposed ICAAN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) generic top-level domain (gTLD) names. Today, the finding on 542 English dictionary-based generic names, the ... more...