Top 3 .TV Websites to Inspire Your Own

Dynadot
Oct 21, 2014

TV has grown to become part of modern life and that growth has spread to the Internet. Web users can have trouble finding a website that will give them what they want of their TV experience, and with so much TV content online, how can you expect them to? With a .TV domain, websites are able to target the TV audience and boast a URL that identifies them to the core. Here's a look at the 3 top-ranking .TV websites in the world, ranked by Domain Typer.

#1: Twitch.tv


Global Rank: 566


Top .TV Domain Websites - Twitch Logo

Twitch, if you haven't heard of it, is the world's leading video platform and community for gamers. The site has more than 60 million visitors per month; no wonder it's the leading .TV domain out there! Twitch aims to connect gamers around the world by helping them to broadcast, watch, and chat from wherever they're playing. Check out the site for examples of how to bring games, TV, events, players and shows together for one fantastic website!

#2: Ustream.tv


Global Rank: 763


Top .TV Domain Websites - Ustream logo

Ustream is a different type of .TV than No. 1 Twitch, as it uses audience's own videos; users can stream their videos online for world-wide access. The company started with the idea that many military students and soldiers were missing important events that could've been streamed by loved ones or other affiliates. What a great way to use crowdsourcing!

#3: Flashx.tv


Global Rank: 1,138


Top .TV Domain Websites - FlashX logo

The number 3 spot goes to FlashX, a file hosting website that is simpler than its competitors. FlashX allows you to upload and download video files easily, quickly and directly. The visuals of the site itself are much less flashy than its competitors (ironic, right?), yet the site is still extremely successful overall!

These are just a few ideas to get you going, now get out there and make your own .TV website all that you want it to be! Register your .TV domain, on sale now for $10.99! Sale applies to all years of registration (up to 10), and expires on 12/31/14 23:59 EST.

Post by Samantha Banks


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