For someone like me who is still learning about the domainersphere, I benefit from reading articles aimed at the "newbie." I came across an article that discusses five myths about choosing a good domain name. So whether you're about to buy a .IN, a .COM, or a .UK domain name, this article might come in handy. Here are my thoughts on a few of the domain myths: I assume the disadvantage is that you need to do a lot more brand marketing for such names. What's your opinion? With regard to TLDs, I agree that .INFO and .BIZ are not as good as a .COM. However, my understanding is that if it's a strong one-word domain, then it can compensate for a weak extension. For example, Health.info is a decent domain (I realize there might be some traffic leakage to the .COM). I'm curious, would you buy Health.info or pass because it's not a .COM? There is no mention of ccTLDs in Myth #4. Many ccTLDs have proven how valuable they can be. For example, .UK is a strong ccTLD – it does well in the search engines, and internet users in the UK use this extension a lot. In a few years' time, .IN will also be a domain extension to be reckoned with. What are your thoughts, and do you know any other domain myths?