MichaelBluejay - 4:53 am on Jun 27, 2010 (gmt 0)
Hmm. Since Google is smart enough to (usually) know when a search is sex/pron-related, and that .#*$! domains are exclusively for that, then maybe it will give .#*$! a little boost in the SERPs. If that's the case, that would make companies make their sites available on the .#*$! extension.
But of course, there's no reason for them to then *stop* offering the .com version, so yeah, I don't see that filtering is really enhanced.
Is there any benefit here at all? The only one I can think of is that TLD's give a clue to the user as to what a site is about, but it's not as though p*rn is currently hard to find, or that it's hard to identify a p*rn site without a special TLD.