In our recent post about Platinum domains, we mentioned that short and memorable domains are often considered the most valuable. Two-character domain names—that is, domains with just two letters and/or numbers to the left of the dot—certainly fit in the “short” category, and this quality often makes them much easier to remember, too. Until this point, two-character domain names in Rightside’s new TLDs have been unavailable to the general public. That changes starting this week.
This inventory of highly sought-after, two-character domains will go into an Early Access Period at 17:00 UTC on Wednesday, September 14, 2016, and into General Availability at 17:00 UTC on Wednesday, September 21, 2016, which happens to coincide with the launch of Rightside’s 40th new domain extension,.GAMES.
Download this list of the available two-character domains to see what you’ll be able to register. Here are just a few examples of short, memorable domains you’ll find in the list:
The many ways in which two-character domains can be used is a major strength of this inventory. They are instantly brandable for businesses that need to attract attention online. Facebook, for instance, paid $8.5 million to purchase FB.com, in 2010. Just this year, The Seattle Times began using ST.news as a link shortener in their social media posts.
However you decide to use these domains—or if you’re picking them up as an investment—this is going to be a great opportunity to own some of the best online properties ever made available. Download the list of two-character domains now and get registering!
Note: If you’re trying to search for two-character domains on our site before September 14, they will appear as “unavailable.” But as we mentioned in our previous post, Rightside Registry is always open to entertaining offers on its Platinum domains at firstname.lastname@example.org.