Over a thousand new domain extensions, or TLDs, are changing how the world uses the Web. People have the option of choosing memorable and intuitive domain names specific to their online ventures. These new TLDs help consumers know what to expect from the websites they visit, making it easier to find sites relevant to them.
New TLDs are Kind of a Big Deal!
And are the future of the Internet. Snap up yours before it’s gone. Major players like Google, Amazon and even brands like Ferrari are investing in the success of new TLDs. With consumers being exposed to more than 1,000 TLDs in 2013, they’ll want their own descriptive and memorable domain name for their website.
What is a top-level domain (TLD)?
Every domain name around the world ends with a top-level domain (TLD); these are the 2 or more letters that come after the dot. There are currently two types of TLDs: generic top-level domain (gTLDs) such as .com, .mobi, and .info, and country-code top-level domains (ccTLDs) such as .uk, .br, and .cn. A gTLD or a ccTLD is managed by a registry operator, an organization that maintains the registry database, including the nameserver information for names registered in the TLD.
New domains are being released all the time so check back often for your perfect domain!