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Post by Telnic on Tue 30 Dec 2014, 1:58 pm

Cees09-04-2010 08:57 PM




Something interesting on the way to this Forum.
 
On a recent trip to New York and Hawaii I made a point of looking for the use of .tels being used on any sort of advertising medium and I didn't find a single one, however what's really interesting, and here I'm focussing more on advertising as used on commercial vehicles, work trucks, delivery vehicles and such, only the larges't of firms appeared to be utilising their .com addresses, the use of any sort of web address by your small or independent businesses was virtually non existent, that really for me was an eye opener because in my home town of Sydney web addresses (no dot.tels yet) are common.
One would think that in the home of capitalism there would be some evidence of .tel , any .tel, but nada, nothing at all, but then conventional TLD's are being spurned as well, what gives?

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