On Wednesday, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) revealed the 1,930 applications for new top-level domain names. That number could have been even larger had the $185,000 application fee (per domain) been smaller. Currently, there are 21 generic top-level domain names, such as .com and .gov, and 280 country-code domains such as .cr for Costa Rica.
While .docs, .baby, .you, and .wow might be hotly contested battles between giants like Google, Amazon, and Microsoft, there are other phrases that landed between 8 and 13 applications per domain. Do you think you could pick out the Top 11 Most Requested Domains?
Choices: .love .music .dog .sale .shop .you .book .blog .style .app .movie .cloud .mom .design .art .news .llc .home .free .vip .law .tech .inc .now .hotel .web .poker .ltd .site .education
Tweet your answers to us at @ArgyleSocial. We’ll be sharing the answers via Twitter with the hashtag #Top11TLD at 4PM (EST) today!