This week, the world of web addresses hit a milestone. One million of the newly-released web endings, aka gTLDs, have now been sold. Here’s why…
Pull a party popper, this week is a big week in Internet history. In the past few days, sales of the new web address endings, which have been put on sale this year as alternatives to .com’s and .us’s, has reached a million.
If you’ve not got yours yet, here’s what you’re missing out on…
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Show the world that you’re an ever-evolving company, always ready for the future. Changing to a 21st-century domain will show customers that you’ve got your finger on the pulse and are not daunted by advancements in technology.
Are you developing a new marketing campaign? Get a web address specific to your promotion. Think limitedtimeoffer.events or bigtime.investments. Add a new angle to your marketing platform, because your competitors will be.
It’s sad to say, but if you don’t register the web address you want, someone else will. Be sure that any web address featuring your brand sends a clear message to customers. Whether you use it is up to you, but when it comes to brand credibility, it’s better to play on the safe side.
If you’ve set up your business in the past five years, there’s a good chance you won’t have the website address of your dreams. That’s because, by this point, most of the best .com’s and .us’s were already owned. This is not the case with the new range of web address endings. The release of these new web names are your chance to get a web address that reflects your brand more accurately.
Add a new web address to your portfolio and direct the traffic to your existing address, and you could be able to tap into online customers that you couldn’t reach before.
If you haven’t cornered your market on gTLDs, now is the best time to start. In time. these new web address endings will change the way we market our products. Considering the forthcoming release of .nyc, .london, .paris and more than 40 others, businesses are now able to specialize and target individuals like never before possible.
To register your new web address visit the domains page of the WestHost website