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No Day Like Today - .HOLIDAY DomainsThe word "Holiday" is a veritable dynamo, quickly connecting to a variety of iconic and easily marketable ideas, depending on the context in which it is used.
It is precisely this power and diversity that distinguishes .HOLIDAY as a particularly valuable .nTLD, capable of representing a stunning variety of businesses, hobbyists and cultural institutions with ease.
A New Destinationy
The travel industry may thrive on people electing not to stay put, but as a colossal commercial enterprise accounting for 30% of the world's service exports, the tourism business is, ironically enough, not going anywhere. International tourism receipts grew to US$1.03 trillion (€740 billion) in 2011, corresponding to an increase in real terms of 3.8% from 2010.
With a .HOLIDAY nTLD, jet-setting families will have a domain to display vacation photos and stories, while businesses and organizations in the travel industry will have a new strategy to reach out to adventurers of all ages and backgrounds.
For Faith, for Fun: .HOLIDAY Web Addresses
Religious institutions and people of faith alike could give extra oomph to their holiday festivitiess by building and nurturing communities devoted to strengthening their faith through celebration, or merely by creating spaces to educate the world on who they are and what they believe.
Similarly, those who love stirring up holiday fun can use a .HOLIDAY domain to share their interests with the world, from cooking blogs showing off savory dishes to serve at their Channukkah feast to Halloween haunted house hobbyists looking to share their creepy creations.