I’ve renewed most of my new TLDs so far, but that might change.
New top level domain names have been out for over a year now, and that means those of us who registered them are facing renewal decisions.
We already know early renewal results, at least from the biggest registry: for Donuts, early renewal rates ranged from 55%-72% per top level domain.
I haven’t gone big on new top level domain names. I have about 60 in my portfolio and I’ve mostly registered domains in generic extensions. Some have already come up for renewal and some will again soon.
It’s only been a year, and I rarely let a domain go the first year. I’ve received a few purchase inquiries on domains, but not many (and apparently no one serious). So, do I keep them with a longer time horizon or let them go?
Which new TLDs will you renew and which NOT?
Your answer is … ?
ICANN New gTLD Accredited Registrar
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