registered across 180+countries
by developed domains
with websites in Alexa 1 Million
across which .SITE users exist
.SITE continues to be among the most popular gTLDs, and it has quickly become a top choice for small businesses, as well as upcoming enterprises across a variety of sectors and geographies. Congratulations to Radix for .SITE being one the first few nTLDs to surpass the 1.5 million domain registrations milestone.
At REG.RU, the most popular of the Radix TLDs is .SITE (123,000 domains). As the audience realizes the benefits of new gTLDs, all domains will grow. But, in my opinion, one of the domains with the biggest potential is .SITE.
“Site” is a word that has a wide appeal to anyone on the Internet because it’s easily understood, widely used, and broadly applicable. That makes .SITE ideally positioned to expand well beyond its linguistic origins. For anyone looking for an alternative site address, .SITE is ideal.
We continue to see proof that nTLDs and ccTLDs are growing in popularity. At Hexonet, we’ve noticed a boost in searches and registrations of multiple Radix TLDs including, .SITE.
Through a huge list of options that Radix is offering, .SITE is one of the TLDs that seem to have the strongest potential to grow. Short but distinctive, it can attract attention since it stands out and is easy to write, remember and pronounce.
If I had to put money on it, I’d bet that .SITE remains Radix’s top performer for a while. .SITE is a clear contender among the Radix TLD portfolio because it’s short, generic, and has a clean, corporate feel. Plus, it’s not “corporate” enough to dissuade those looking for a bit more character.
One of Radix’s TLDs with the most potential is, in my opinion, .SITE. It is clear, generic and still has a lot of good domains free to register. I wouldn’t be surprised if at some point in the future .SITE overtakes, at least, .INFO and .ORG.