Commit to a .date, .faith, or .review, now in GoLive

Jul 2, 2015  - written by  in Domain names

Three gTLDs are entering the GoLive phase today and all of the have to do with commitment.

First off, going on a .date involves a lot of commitment: time, maybe some money, blocking off part of your schedule … and if your date can’t commit to all of those things that’s a great signal that person, well, probably has other problems but call it “commitment.”

Next, .faith is often a lifelong commitment, whether faith in an actual organized religion, an abstract system of governance or economics, or just faith in a personal friend, relative, or spouse.

And then there’s what we consider the one true sign of commitment: .review. Nothing shows love and devotion like a good old fashioned review. Whether it’s a rave review of a film, album, or book, a performance review at work, or an academic review. And every good relationship should occasionally be subject to review. We aren’t marital experts, but we tentatively suggest, if you are truly committed to a loved one, putting that person through a lengthy review process. That’s the only true way to verify their claims of devotion.

If you’re ready for the commitment of buying a domain in one of these extensions for a whole year, check out the prices below (at A rates):

  • .date: $41.37
  • .faith: $41.37
  • .review: $41.37

Register a domain under one of these TLDs?:

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