Non-com sightings : Dot .AWS plants the flag for Amazon!

Keeping track of non-com domains “in the wild” can be an entertaining and educational pastime; many such web sites are submitted by DomainGang visitors and readers.

The latest one we received, is from domain investor and culinary wizard, Maxwell Arnold, who travels a lot between Canada, the US and Europe, both for business and pleasure.

Maxwell noted a dot .AWS domain at the San Jose airport, and Amazon, owners of the Amazon Web Services gTLD, could not be more proud. πŸ˜€

In fact, .AWS provides Amazon with enough cash to sustain its marketplace, that receives strong competition from retailers such as Wal-Mart.

Visit BuildOn.AWS to find out what is Amazon offering, and more about Maxwell at Maxwell.me.

Saw a new gTLD “in the wild”?

Send it to us and we’ll share the photo with attribution.


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2 Responses to “Non-com sightings : Dot .AWS plants the flag for Amazon!”
  1. Eric Lyon says:

    Nice! Good to see Amazon pushing some mainstream branding visibility on nTLDs.

  2. DomainGang says:

    Eric – Can’t wait for .WALMART ! πŸ˜€

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