It’s officially pumpkin spice season! That means Halloween is just around the corner. In anticipation of our favorite frightening holiday, we’re excited to introduce you to some standout websites developed on the spookiest domain extension in the XYZ Family: .Monster!
Since introducing .Monster, we’ve been finding scary good websites taking advantage of this versatile and extremely memorable domain extension. Here are some of our favorites:
Photo.Monster is the online home of photographer Milko Milkov. The Bulgaria-based photographer uses his .Monster domain to promote his portfolio and showcase his collection of work. He also highlights his photography services, such as personal sessions for beginner models, wedding photography, and high-quality promotional photos.
Milko welcomes interested clients to reach out to him by using his custom branded email address [email protected] A custom email address like Milko’s can appear professional and help generate trust. When you have an email address directly associated with your domain name, customers can use that email address to find your website and feel assured that they’re reaching out to the appropriate person. To learn more about Milko, you can follow him on Facebook and Instagram, and visit Photo.Monster.
MonsterDear.Monster is the online home of Monster Dear Monster (MDM), a podcast that explores monsters in popular culture. Hosts Cameron, Leonard, Adam, and Dave discuss the contrasts and evolution of monsters between their folklore origins and contemporary depictions in various media. Their conversations center on film, video games, and literature.
Past episodes feature discussions about the beings and fantasy lands found in FromSoftware’s popular action role-playing game Elden Ring, and Gozer and the Mini Puffs from the Ghostbusters movie franchise. You can learn more by following the podcast on Twitter or by visiting MonsterDear.Monster.
Cake.Monster is the online home of $MONSTA, a multi-feature and dividend yield crypto token known on the Binance Smart Chain (BSC) blockchain system. With the inclusion of memes, NFTs, and community rewards, Cake.Monster aims to build a flexible and multifaceted dividend yield and reward system for community members without compromising the security of the ecosystem.
$MONSTA has a strong presence on Twitter, including over 34K enthusiastic followers (as of August 15, 2022) who share their excitement about minting Cake.Monster NFTs and earning rewards like the MONSTA Proof of Plushie (MPOP), a deflationary, digital asset representing a limited plushie collection. You can learn more about Cake.Monster by joining the Discord and following along on Twitter.
Data.Monster is a Spain-based community platform designed for sharing infographics, visualizations, and tutorials. The platform began from an idea of creating a space in the Spanish language to discuss data visualization, infographic design, and the latest updates from popular data visualization applications DataViz and Tableau.
Now is a great time to launch your idea and showcase your skills on a spine-tingling domain with some bite. Don’t delay – Choose your .Monster now.
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