When it comes to TLDs, or Top Level Domains, what sort of domains are we generally used to seeing most of the time? The most popular and most well used is .com, .net, and .org. These domains are the most widely seen by the general public. Other, well used, but not quite as big domains used include .info, .biz, and sometimes .tv. In other parts of the world, we’ll see the ccTLDs, which stands for Country Code Top Level Domains, which includes .co.uk (United Kingdom and .com.au (Australia) as just a few examples.
But there are new Generic Top Level Domains (gTLDs) coming out in the coming months. We’re not talking about a few here and there, but hundreds being released. Some are already available for registration too.
In an article written on YouMoz by Bill Hartzer, you’ll see a guide written for SEOs that will help them aquire new gTLDs. Bill will introduce you to the new gTLDs, and discuss from an SEO perspective, what you will need to know about them, and what can be done to acquire them. Check out Bill’s article on the YouMoz blog on Moz now by following the link below.