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I might want to include that IMHO all new TLDs are trick. Brand proprietors are compelled to enroll their name in a large portion of them.



I consider any "non standard" tld as crap. If you have a weird tld i wont go to your website.


Where do you draw the line on this? I can understand that unknown companies running on some obscure GTLD might raise suspicion, but what about a personal blog or someone's side project?


TLD more than 3chrs? Not for me.

.info is the furthest I'd go. At a push. I'll also still click on ".google" and other reputable corp vanity domains if the content appears on HN and looks interesting enough.




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