The new gTLD is the great choice if your dream domain is not available for .COM. It is perfect for search engine key words search terms. For example, your shop name ABC, if ABCshop.com is not vailable, you can register ABC.shop.
New gTLD is also a the good idea for a start-up company to own a domain with 100% key words matching with their business idea.
Try the new TLD from the list of generic top level domains here and find the perfect, cheap domains for your dream business.
Will all the new gTLD domains be available to me?
No. While there will be over 700 new domains that will be available to you, there will be another 600 or so new domains that are trademarked names – .FORD, .GUCCI, .DUPONT – and, although the owners could open them to the general public, they’ll most likely reserve them for internal use.
Will the new gTLD domains change how the Internet works?
No. They might change the way people find information on the Web, though. And they might also impact how businesses build their online presence.
How much will the new gTLD domains cost?
Prices will vary for the new domains, and when available, pricing information for a new domain will be available on the top level domain list page.
What makes a great domain name?
Picking the right domain is huge. Look for a name that’s memorable, easy to spell and that’s personalized to you or your business. Using ‘real’ words in your domain name, instead of made up names, will also help you get found online.
Will there be domains in languages other than English?
Yes. For the first time, speakers of nearly three dozen languages – including Arabic, Chinese, and languages based on the Cyrillic alphabet, will have their own domains.
This will be a huge boon for companies that promote their products in countries where these languages are spoken.
Is there any reason to register more than one domain name?
Yes. Businesses often register different domains to expand their digital footprint. So for example, if you own Pho.COM you might also want to register Pho.MENU and Pho.NYC. You can forward the new domains to your existing website or use them to create new ones. This increases the odds that new customers will find you online.