25 Responses to “A new site launched today, Rolling.Domains”

  1. owen frager says:

    Save that name. When the pot industry is like the cigarette industry and has different brands at the corner stores, this would be the ideal brand agency. (that day is coming)

  2. todd says:

    The new gTLDs were created to give people options to get better available domain names than what existed before these new gTLDs.

    That being said why would someone choose such a bad domain for their business with all the available options available as a new gTLD.

    What is the correlation between the words Rolling and Domains? I don’t get it at all.

    • RollingDot says:

      We’ve succeeded in our marketing efforts ….and just got your attention. Bad domains are like bad publicity… it’s always good !

      • Max says:

        Say what? Bad Domains = Good Domains ??!?

        I’m having a bit of difficulty parsing this pearl… ;-P

        • RollingDot says:

          There is no such thing as bad publicity

          • max says:

            Hate to break your axioms, but thats a saying, even for pop stars.

            Publicity is also discernable from great publicity.

            Why did you choose ‘rolling’? You should have a short & compelling answer to that q.

            Personally, I’m just imagining scrooge mcduck, but with domains… :)

  3. Shane says:

    Congrats on the new advertiser. You deserve it. Tell them to show some confidence in their own product and have the ad lead to rolling.domains instead a dot com.

    • RollingDot says:

      As soon as we have completed testing in beta mode, we will be migrating directly to our primary domain Rolling.Domains.

  4. John says:

    Rolling.Domains, I like the name personally. That’s just me.
    In some cases, it helps to look beyond just being hardcore dotcom or even just plain generic names when it comes to standing out in marketing. Not all of the biggest and most successful companies in the world use generics and they’re doing fine. I’ve stepped back (for a change) and now am looking at the bigger picture to see where the name industry is going. It’s interesting.

    • RollingDot says:

      We agree and sometimes it pays to be bold and different and especially with all the new domains rolling out over the next year or so.

  5. James says:

    Honestly the site took forever to load and when it did it was sitting on dotnamesales.com… I do not think people are going to wait for it to load, I almost closed the window.

  6. John says:

    It loaded fast for me. But it may be the 1g fiber I was connected to at the time where I was at. I agree with Shane that it should go to Rolling.Domains and not the dot com site its on.

    • RollingDot says:

      As soon as we have completed testing in beta mode, we will be migrating directly to our primary domain Rolling.Domains.

  7. Ms Domainer says:

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    To be honest, I get a little queasy doing business with a business that hides behind privacy registration.

    Just because you can doesn’t mean you should.

    :)

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  8. BullS says:

    How can you market my domains? What your marketing strategies?

    zombiespacecraft.com

    • RollingDot says:

      Rolling.Domains by design is primarily focused on creating end user awareness for new TLD’s, showcasing both new and older TLD’s, promoting premium domain names for the domain investor community and featuring recently created and newly launched websites utilizing new TLD’s.

      The main goal is to bring the Domain Investor community, the New TLD Owners and the End Users together in a single informational setting for the benefit of all constituents.

      You are very welcome to submit your meaningful premium domain names to be listed for the month of July on the Rolling.Domains website. Your 1st listing is FREE.

  9. William says:

    Agree with other comments about the name. Seems like a strange choice.

    The service idea could be good but I couldn’t understand what exactly the site proposes to do. The site doesn’t render properly on my iPad so maybe I missed something.

    The obvious questions:

    Why would anyone pay to list a domain on rolling.domains as opposed to Sedo or Afternic which are free?

    How much does it cost?

    Is there a commission in the event of a sale?

    How much traffic does the site receive?

    • RollingDot says:

      Thank you for your feedback. We regard all feedback as positive and will take all comments into consideration.

      The answers to obvious questions:

      Q. Why would anyone pay to list a domain on rolling.domains as opposed to Sedo or Afternic which are free?
      A. We showcase our premium listings to end users and your listing is not just one of millions.

      Q. How much does it cost?
      A. We are working on our pricing structure to keep it to an absolute minimum and it will be released on August 1st. In the meantime, your 1st listing is FREE for the month of July.

      Q. Is there a commission in the event of a sale?
      A. Not at this time. We are working on our pricing structure to keep it to an absolute minimum and it will be released on August 1st. In the meantime, your 1st listing is FREE for the month of July.

      Q. How much traffic does the site receive?
      A. The site is brand new.

      • todd says:

        Since there is a live business at RollingDomains.com then I think it makes sense to change the name. At least pick a gTLD that doesn’t have the dot com as a live business. Especially when at some point both of your companies will be next to each other in a Google search. Your target market is the end user and the end user will be confused. Makes no sense.

        The gTLD namespace is wide open so choose a better name in my opinion. There are at least one hundred other names I would choose other than Rolling.Domains. Choose a name the end user would understand.

        There is no way anyone will pay a listing fee on a site that is brand new with no traffic. Load it up for a few months with names and then start charging once you have proven sales.

        It’s great to get an idea out and live but I think you should step back and re-analyze your concept. What the site is all about is very confusing to any end user. I don’t even see how to list any names.

        Tweak it and re-launch in my opinion.

  10. Paul H says:

    When you land on the site there is no Tag line explaining what your site/service does. I would have no clue what your site is about if I just landed on it.

    And is it really necessary to have 3 lines of scrolling names & info? Very annoying.

    • RollingDot says:

      Thank you for your feedback. We regard all feedback as positive and will take all comments into consideration.

  11. shane redmond says:

    I think good on them for having a try it’s a hard business to crack but we should always welcome and support a new player , The name is fine imagine years ago if someone said they were going to call there domain business godaddy.com people would have laughed best of luck i will be there to list my 1st name and see what happens

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