Why can't I find my iPage page when I search yahoo?

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First question I have is Why can't I find my iPage page when I search yahoo? Hoping for any response. Another question on my mind: I have about 300 names. It's hard to pick out my favorites, but I really like these:.

Comments (9)

Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the answer to that question. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I bump into an anything. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could help you..

Comment #1

300 cc's of 4,000 total of all kinds, mostly .coms...

Comment #2

Also for Christmas season...since I own

..a few that work for Christmas related .CC.

Christmas Card(s).

Christmas Carol(s).

Christmas Cake.

And for Gambling related.

Card Club(s)..

Comment #3

With the current GD LOL31 coupon 4 .cc names can be had for $79.80 - $20 = $59.80, thats $15 each, not bad...

Comment #4

Interesting to see the number of views for this thread passing the 1000 mark. Would never have expected that to happen for a .cc topic 6 months ago!..

Comment #5

That stopped working for me last week. I'll be bummed if it started working again since I bought a few dozen cc's since then at just the 10% off (Saveten)...

Comment #6

As in ? .

I don't know if people will think of 'community center' or 'chamber of commerce' when hearing .cc , which is needed to have a true value IMHO. Whereas in case of .TV and .FM it comes spontaneously, for .CC people will not get it immediately..

You could see it as 'country code' of course, register stuff like,,,, ... and try to sell subdomains like CentralNIC does with and such...

Comment #7

It doesn't serve much purpose to give meaning to the .CC extension, in my opinion. Some extensions do have a relevant meaning, of course, such as .TV, which we immediately associate with television. And most of us do tend to associate .NET with some kind of network or community function, just as .ORG implies that we're dealing with a non-profit organization..

However, when it comes to .COM (or .CC), who cares what it was originally meant to indicate? The .com extension is now being used for every imaginable purpose! Or are we really thinking 'namepros.commercial', while typing into our browsers?! I know I'm not!..

Comment #8

I agree with the main meaning of the above post. The value of the .cc extension is that it looks neat and the interest for domainers is the possibility of regging a prime single- or double-worded HostGator with this extension...

Comment #9

Most people (in the USA) have heard of .cc - it was heavily promoted with radio ads etc during the "dot com boom" when they first became available for anyone to register..

That doesn't seem to help helped their value too much, but does give them a slight mindshare advantage over other ccTLDs being marketed as global...

Comment #10

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.