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I think for SEO it won’t matter which domain name extension you choose. We know that .com, .net are more popular than others but it will not help you in SEO. SEO totally depends on your website content, keyword selection, strategies you use and some other aspects. Your domain extension selection should be based on what audience you want to target. For ...


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It really goes to who the owner is and how stable the company is. Since gTLDs are so expensive and requires a huge infrastructure build-out, generally, this would not be a fly-by-night organization, however, it can also be a case where huge financial risks are taken where the business plan/model is weak but the risk is taken for potentially high rewards. You ...


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The How... In the past few years icann opened up applications for custom GTLD names, you can take a look at application statuses on the ICANN website. Expect to see many new company names as gTLD in the next few years such as .bbc,.foodnetwork,.hilton etc. Sadly these scheme was only for the super rich or big corps with buckets filled with 100 dollar bills. ...


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.google is the domain. it's similar to a .guru or .net extension so there's no trickery involved.


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.google actually is a valid top level domain (or top level zone), as is '.youtube'. Google applied for those TLDs a long time ago... successfully as we can now see. Google can now further delegate authority within that zone and com.google and other subdomains (or delegated zones) can become valid and be operated. Here's a news article on zdnet about this ...



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