Five things your CMO should know about generic top-level domains and dot brands
In the early days of the Internet, there were only four top-level domains: .GOV, .EDU, .ORG and of course .COM. Unless you were a government, a school or a non-profit, the only top-level domain (TLD) that made any sense was .COM. Naturally, everyone from plumbers to politicians flocked to secure important .COM domain names.
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