Individuals and companies are beginning to realize how practical New Domains can be, and are increasingly using them to advertise their brand or business offerings. Check out a few real-life examples that we love.
Bose uses the branded short link bose.life when they share links on their social media accounts. Rather than using a generic link shortener that does not have any inherent meaning, they use a custom link that fits with their company branding.
Scottish golf pro Connor Syme adopted the URL connorsyme.golf as the home for his website. It offers visitors easy-to-access links to all of his social media profiles, and even provides specs for what kinds of golf clubs he uses.
Dripkit provides an easy solution for customers in need of a caffeine fix—single serve pour-over coffee packets that can travel with you wherever you go. They use the domain dripkit.coffee to sell their merchandise and even offer a subscription model so you can always have fresh packets of coffee on hand.
The Seychelles Islands, a small archipelago east of mainland Africa, has adopted the domain seychelles.travel for their official tourism website. This domain works perfectly for attracting potential visitors and gives off the spirit of adventure that travelers look for.
The official website for the Seattle Space Needle uses the URL seewhatsup.space as a fun and interesting way to provide tourists with information about this popular landmark. The website provides useful visitor information, talks about the recent renovation, and advertises special events happening at the space.
Venture capital firm Katalyst, which raised $34 million as of early 2018, established its online home with the domain katalyst.ventures. This exact match URL shows the company’s commitment to exploring new and innovative ideas in the tech space.