If I own example.com/net/org, can I simply tell my customers to type "example" into their browser address bar to get to my site? (i.e. no http://, no dot anything)


What Firefox is doing is using the first result from Google's search results as their destination. If you don't rank Number 1 for your company name when they do their query your customers will go elsewhere which may be a competitor or a website dedicated to mocking or trashing your company. This can happen as a normal fluctuation of Google's results or because someone has simply done a better job of outranking you. Since you don't control Google's results I don't think this is a very good idea.

  • It looks like the current method is to go to Google and not go to the first result, which is probably a much better idea. So in other words, the current answer should be NO. Jun 26 '20 at 5:45

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