Reading this article, it’s strange to remember that the com in dotCom stands for ‘commercial’ rather than ‘US company’ which it has since devolved into and that .gb is also a ccTLD for the UK, even if Google has only 186 total entries for pages using that suffix while Guinea-Bissau, who you’d think would use .gb actually use .gw and their suffix is ranked last in Google. A grand total of 26 entries. The suffix we do use (.uk) has 473 million entries, a load more than the official USA prefix (.us) with just 68 million which is just a small percentage of the de facto US suffix .com which has over 4.8billion impressions. My .coop world is nice and small meanwhile (1.3 million)