Should I buy multiple extensions for the same domain?

Yes. Registering a domain extension reserves it so that no one else can use it. So if you've got mydomain.com, you might be wise to also register mydomain.net and mydomain.org(and redirect them back to your correct site) in order to avoid confusion and keep your visitors coming to your site.
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