Mar 5, 2008 by Matt | Posted in Domains
Now, moving-on to the poll results.
17% (2 votes) say they have a keyword-filled domain with a .com TLD (like Webmaster-Source.com).
17% (2 votes) say they have a short, brandable name like Yahoo.com.
17% (2 votes) say they have a Del.icio.us-style domain, making use of country-level TLDs and subdomains to end-up with an easy to remember domain.
17% (2 votes) say they have a misspelled domain, like Flickr.com.
25% (3 votes) say that they have a domain with an alternate TLD, like .net, .org, or .biz.
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