Re: .Net vs. .COM
> How big is the difference between .net and .com?
".com" is the domain name for commercial web sites. It is also slang for a
business that is run over the Internet.
".net" is the domain name for internet related websites like service
providers, network maintenance, etc. In theory, it covers anything needed to
keep the Internet running.
".Net" is the brand name for a set of products from MS. Like "ActiveX", it
has no real meaning and many of the products are unrelated.
"Mohan Reddy" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> In the recent past, we have seen the .com business going down. Now we are
> talking about .net. How big is the difference between .net and .com?
> Is .net going to dominate its peers?
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