You might have been hearing about the news of Google and other internet giants purchasing businesses, websites, apps, creative domains names e.t.c they see fit for the improvement and development of their businesses, various products and services.
One example of a creative business/domain recently acquired by Google in July 2011 is Frid.ge.
The Fridge is a platform for lightweight single serving social networks for the functionality of Facebook without being on Facebook.
The Fridge makes private conversation, media, and event sharing dead simple. The Fridge is like Tumblr for social networks. Anyone can easily create shared spaces, invite their friends and socialize/share photos, videos, music, and more.
What is Unique about Frid.ge?
Frid.ge, a simple group sharing was founded by Austin Chang and Alex Chung has Georgia country code top-level domain (ccTLD) which completes the spelling of a “Fridge”.
Another example of a creative domain is YRN.Me developed by Ahmad Mukoshy, a young web Developer and Entrepreneur in Nigeria. YRN.Me has Montenegro country code top-level domain (ccTLD) and yes, its creative.
YRN.Me primary work is to shorten web addresses and make them attractive and share friendly like “yrn.me/abc12”.
It also allows its users to generate custom links like “yrn.me/wikipedia” on top of any long web address!
Related: Read an exclusive interview with the YRN.Me founder here; Interview with Ahmad Mukoshy the Yrn.me & Yarnable Founder
Are you ready to launch your own creative domains/businesses?
First learn about all the domain extensions (more than 252 extensions) available for you to use for your personal or business purposes.
Click here to see the list and if you need help in getting creative domains names for business or personal purposes, feel free to contact us and we’ll be happy to guide you.
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