Generic Top Level Domain (gTLD)

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Generic Top Level Domain (gTLD)

.MOBI

The .MOBI top-level domain is one of the many generic TLDs to choose from when selecting a domain for a website. MOBI is one of the common TLDs that you can register with no restrictions. You can also use a .MOBI domain name as an alternative if your site’s name is...

.ASIA

In contrast to the .COM, INFO or .NET Top Level Domains, which are unsponsored domains everyone can register, .ASIA is a TLD funded by the DotAsia Organization, which is also the registry for the .ASIA domains. The mission of the DotAsia is to sponsor and manage...

.BIZ

.BIZ is one of these generic Top Level Domains that have a recommended usage and specific purpose, but its registration is not currently restricted for anyone. The abbreviation of the gTLD comes from “business”, because it was initially introduced as an...

.INFO

The .INFO top level domain is a commonly used generic Top-Level Domain which you are able to choose from when you register your website online. INFO is an unsponsored TLD that can be used freely from everybody for any purpose, similar to the com, net or org domains....

.NET

The .NET domain is one of the best known generic Top-Level Domains to choose from when you decide to create your own website and establish a recognizable brand online. NET is one of the common TLDs that you can register with no restrictions, you can also use a .NET...

.ORG

.ORG is one of the very first generic top-level domains introduced in 1985. It is a very popular domain, easily recognizable and with no registration limitations. For these reasons, it has slowly become one of the most commonly used domain extensions. There are...

.COM

The .COM domain is one of the generic Top-Level Domains that you are able to choose from when you register your website online. COM is an unsponsored TLD that you can freely use for your website unless somebody else had already registered your website name with .COM...

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