A domain for live concerts and performances
Thanks to the universal growth in the popularity of the internet we're able to experience a lot of events and services live. Businesses and artists alike have begun to harness the power of the internet by providing live help (in reference to businesses) and live performances (with reference to artists). With the ability to reach out to people at that very instant, businesses are able to solve a lot of problems on the spot and keep their customers happy. On the other hand, artists are performing many events exclusively for their fans on the internet while many of their other shows are broadcasted live. People are also warming up to watching a lot of pay per view events live from the comfort of their laptops, computers, phones, tablets or any other device of theirs that connects to the internet. The .live extension is ideal for any of the aforementioned uses among the scores of other popular things it can be used for such as live chat rooms.
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