Since I decided to start blogging about Coronavirus (COVID-19), I considered getting a virus-themed domain name.
I’ve bought quite a few oddball domain names. In addition to the common “.com,” “.org,” endings, there are a couple hundred more top-level domains (TLDs) to choose from these days. A top-level domains is the last part of a web address. The most common examples would be: .com, .org, .net, .gov and so forth.
It’s pretty rare to see more than one or two of the top level domains already purchased. No so with coronavirus.* Just from eyeballing the list of available domains, 80-90% are already gone.
Unavailable (someone already purchased these):
- coronavirus.com, .org, .net, and so forth.
- coronavirus.fans (but you can get coronavirus.fan still)
- coronavirus.wedding (I can’t wait to see what this website is about)
- coronavirus.cruises (sounds romantic)
If you’re shopping for a coronavirus domain these are still available:
Are snappy coronavirus domain names what they call “viral marketing” these days?