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Express your visual offering with a relevant domain name.
Whatever the occasion, we depend on pictures to capture the most precious moments of our lives. At weddings and birthdays, graduations and first days of school, these snapshots in time will later become our best way to take a trip down memory lane.
A picture is worth a thousand words. Especially in today's society where they increasingly mark the routine of our everyday lives. We shoot them, post them, and share them widely on and across the Internet. Why send in writing what can be more perfectly expressed through a photo? The availability of camera phones and mobile apps makes photo sharing fun, easy, and a great way to portray our personal style and unique perspective to the world.
.Pics will become the online space for sharing the storyboard of your life. Providers of photo-related services, equipment, technology, and information will all find this domain the perfect label for their offering.
Appending ".pics" to the end of your domain name will tell Internet users that your website will support them in their pursuit for better picture taking and sharing. The credibility of being a member of the .pics online space will go a long way with anxious consumers looking to entrust this very important part of their lives to a business or service provider.
One day soon, Internet users across all platforms will instinctively turn to the .pics domain for richer, more engaging experiences as they share the images that define their lives. The presence of a dedicated space will encourage even more growth in the way that we capture and share our personal stories.
Why does the world need the .Pics TLD?
The .com space is exhausted of meaningful names. Perform a quick attempt to find a domain for a new venture, and you will immediately see how Internet naming, as it stands today, is limiting the creation of new brands. We are forced to a) restrict our brand name based on the remaining available .com names, b) seek out a name in the unpredictable secondary market, or c) settle for a mediocre domain name that threatens our visibility and credibility on the Internet.
As an increasingly tech-savvy population continues to find new ways to connect and do business online, good names will only get more and more difficult come by. New, specialised gTLDs, like .pics, are the answer. They will introduce a whole new realm of highly relevant and intuitive naming alternatives for registrants to tap into.