Order of Hierarchy

Started by DusFriesteLet, Apr 11, 2023, 07:54 AM

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Hey everyone, is there a commonly accepted unofficial order of value among the extensions .co, .io, and .gg?
Additionally, how does this hierarchy differ depending on whether the root of the domain is a word or a number?

For example, would 777.com be valued differently than 777.co, or would hey.com, hey.co, and hey.io have different rankings when compared to 777.io?


In the past, gTLD options were limited to .com, .net, and .org. During this time, the value of .net peaked at around one-third of a .com's value.

However, with the introduction of new gTLDs, the value of .net dropped down to approximately one-tenth and has now decreased to one-hundredth. Though certain ccTLDs such as .ca, .cn, and .de still hold roughly one-tenth of a .com's value, it largely depends on the situation.

Numeric domains are primarily used in China, where .com, .cn, and .net are preferred, while hey.com would appeal to Western users more.

Nonetheless, due to the high cost of .com domains and the lower popularity of other extensions, finding buyers willing to pay such exorbitant amounts for these domains would be challenging.