If someone is located in the USA and they search for a unique pronoun or brand name as it would appear in the domain name URL (a name recognizable enough that it is already reserved with various domain suffixes by different, unassociated domain hunters), how likely is it for the following unconventional TLDs to appear near the top of the search results?
- suffixes from foreign countries (
- suffixes with professions (
- suffixes for venues (
- suffixes for personalities (
- suffixes for mobile phones (
- suffixes for adults (
Do search engines somehow discriminate against any of these unconventional TLDs, or in some cases ignore, have difficulty, or are incapable of indexing them altogether?
Why this question? because this would heavily affect a webmaster's choice of diverging away from conventional TLDs,
.com. If the unique name is available for an unconventional TLD, does the trade-off in accessibility and being found via search engines by that desired name outweigh the fact that the same name is already taken for conventional TLDs?