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Bond-Domain: If Bond is your name, .bond is your domain!
All about the origin of James Bond...
If you register a .bond domain, you may also get a corresponding e-mail address:
The children of Susan Bond could use e-mail addresses like:
You may also get free subdomains like:
The relationship between better ranking and the new top-level domains was proved by a study of Searchmetrics for .berlin domains. Websites with .berlin domains frequently place better than websites with .de domains and .com domains in regional searches with Google. The result of the study by Searchmetrics can be summarized as follows:
"42% of searches show that .berlin domains rank better locally ."
The study of total sites in Houston shows that the results by Searchmetrics can be generalized to all new top level domains, including the .Bond domain: It was proved that Google uses the domain endings of the New Top Level Domains as a key element for the assessment of domains. Total sites draws as a conclusion:
"It is clear that the new top-level domains improve the ranking in search engines. "
The .Bond domain will create more trust towards your website because of the high technical standards. And confidence is the root of all business. A website with a short, memorable .Bond domain will have a lasting competitive advantage.
By the way, it is easy to forward your existing URL or domain to your new .Bond domain. And vice versa.
The Bond-Domain is expensive compared to a .com-Domain. Some thousand .bond users will finance a domain name system comparable to that of .com, not 140 Million users like at .com.
We suggest dividing the costs within the family between the users of the e-mail addresses and sub-domains in order to solve the problem.
By the way: The Bond families belong to most interesting families of the world. If you study the family tree at Wikipedia (see link below), you see the relationship to Captain William Bligh, the captain of the Bounty.
James Bond was a famous American ornithologist. His name inspired Ian Fleming to the creation of 007.
"Fleming took the name for his character from that of the American ornithologist James Bond, a Caribbean bird expert and author of the definitive field guide Birds of the West Indies; Fleming, a keen birdwatcher himself, had a copy of Bond's guide and he later explained to the ornithologist's wife that 'It struck me that this brief, unromantic, Anglo-Saxon and yet very masculine name was just what I needed, and so a second James Bond was born' ."
The fictive Bond has got also a family. Wikipedia reports:
"The novel reveals Bond is the son of a Scottish father, Andrew Bond, of Glencoe, and a Swiss mother, Monique Delacroix, of the Canton de Vaud. The young James Bond spends much of his early life abroad, becoming multilingual in German and French because of his father's work as a Vickers armaments company representative. Bond is orphaned at the age of 11 when his parents are killed in a mountain climbing accident in the Aiguilles Rouges near Chamon ."
Is Bond German? Bond's Mother, the Swiss Monique Delacroix, has James Bond born in the German small town Wattenscheid.
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