jmccormac - 5:27 pm on Jan 23, 2010 (gmt 0) Regards...jmcc
Minimal prospect at the moment. Basically .pro was meant to fill a market niche that was not being filled by ccTLDs (country code TLDs like .de and .uk) at the time it was launched. The problem for .pro is that it has completely lost out to ccTLDs. The most important thing for a professional is identification with their market and the ccTLD extensions are ideal for that (moreso than the .com or any other gTLD). There are still some true believers who think that .pro domains are worth a lot of money but with approximately 41K .pro domains registered, it is very much a backwater gTLD and most web users would not have heard of it.