The new .XYZ domain extension comes as a natural choice for the next generation of TLDs. It’s short, memorable and we use it all the time. It’s a great idea for an easy to remember web address that can be used for a lot of purposes – even for tapping into the international market.
Claim Your Next Gen TLD
The new .XYZ is an affordable alternative for the next generation of online web URLs. With a fast growing market of young internet users, this unique TLD is a great choice for the younger demographic with a fresh, original branding opportunity that allows youngsters to connect with the world in a totally different way.
Anyone can use the .XYZ for many different purposes in a wide range of industries. If you don’t want your businesses to be restricted by a label, then the .XYZ domain extension is for you.
A Completely Unique Namespace
The new .XYZ domain extension is very attractive, especially because it’s so generic. You can use it for whatever purposes, without being bound to a certain location, niche or demographic.
Whether it’s for your blog, business or email address, you can create exciting marketing opportunities, including landing pages. Unlike .com, .org or .net extensions, the new .XYZ is a bold, fresh alternative for everybody who wants to add a twist of creativity to their web address.
|gTLD Operator:||CentralNic Ltd.|
|Sunrise Period Dates:||03/20/14 – 05/20/14|
|Sunrise Period Requirements:||Must have trademark that matches your desired gTLD lodged inside the Trademark-Clearinghouse (TMCH).|
|Landrush Period Dates:||05/20/14 – 05/31/14|
|General Availability Date:||06/01/14|
|General Availability Requirements:||N/A|
Stand Out With A Unique TLD
If we end the alphabet with these three letters, why shouldn’t we do the same with web addresses? Take advantage of this fresh, new TLD and build your online presence as easy as XYZ. Be among the first to register this extension and create a memorable impression.
You can find more information on the .Xyz domain extension in this link: Register New Domain Extensions