5 reasons why you CANNOT afford to ignore the .in.net landrush:

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5 reasons why you CANNOT afford to ignore the .in.net landrush:

1. Participation is risk-free
: Unlike other launches, .in.net’s landrush has NO application fee. If there is someone competing with you for the premium name, you can choose to go into auction with them or you can walk out with a full refund.

2. Low price and no reserve
: The landrush is priced extremely low keeping in mind that it is a third level extension. You are likely to get some premium names at lower than Rs. 1500. From that point, there is a lot of room for upside as the name space grows.

3. ResellerClub is pushing it aggressively
: India’s leading registrar is making an aggressive push for .in.net through its massive network of resellers in India. Expect decent uptake in the primary market at the expense of 3[SUP]rd[/SUP] level .in names. Since the primary markets are always closely tied to secondary markets, valuations of premium .in.net names can be expected to steadily grow from their low entry point.

4. No new Indian city-specific new gTLD coming:
While most of the developed countries will be getting their own city-specific new TLDs such as .nyc, .vegas, .paris and .rio, there isn’t a single new city or geo-specific Indian TLD that is coming up. The lack of new competition eliminates the risk of new TLDs driving down the value of premium names.

5. Mitsu just brokered a $30000 third level .in sale:
This deal proves that if you have the foresight to choose the right names, third levels can provide big returns. Over the next 3 years more than 6 million new domain names will be purchased by Indians. Scarcity in primary generics and .in will get to a point where short and unforgettable third levels can become sought-after properties.

This post is sponsored by Radix Registry. Check out the Premium .in.net domains that are available at landrush.
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