.us names, The Next Goldrush?

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vialli

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As the dust begins to settle over the .us registrations, does anybody know how .us will stand in relation to search engine ranking.

For example if google had received submissions for five sites named:

Casino.com
Casino.net
Casino.org
Casino.co.uk

and not forgetting

Casino.us

Ignoring paid listings, if all sites and their contents rated the same for the keyword 'casino' what order would they appear?

Any ideas?
 

clemzonguy

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I still am trying to get a .INFO site to come up in a search engine for months now. I think they take a bias towards .com/.net/.org in that order then scrap the rest. This may change though.
 
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