Venture Beat out with a post today on the .Me extension. The post is actually a sponsored post by the .Me Registry. Using Venture Beat as a platform the article wanted to give special mention to what start ups are doing with the extension.
From the article: However, it’s the startups that push the envelope on creative domain name use and understand ways to stand out from the competition – starting with the URL. Ranging from Kiip.me, a mobile rewards and advertising company that raised over $15.3 million funding to date, to Glide.me, a 2013 TechCrunch Disrupt Startup Battlefield finalist, these young entrepreneurs are putting the “me” in “memorable.”
You can read the whole article here.
Its nice to see a registry take some pro active measures to market its extension. I think .us domainers would love to see the registry do something like this. If it can be about ME why can’t it be about US ?