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domain extension

The top-level domain name in an Internet address, such as .com, .org and .edu. See Internet domain name and extension.
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coop - a restricted-use domain extension for cooperatives;
New domain extensions provide a novel way of branding for businesses and individuals who want short, attractive web addresses but find that the traditional domain extensions have all but run out of them.
Since 1993, community colleges have been restricted to a lengthy domain extension that includes abbreviations for community college, the state of its location, and the United States.
As the process for new domain extensions moves forward with nearly 2,000 applications for Top Level Domains (TLD), the eNom New TLD Watchlist has received over one million submissions worldwide.
ONLINE, continuing the expansion of the Internet's domain name system and joining over 300 new domain extensions launched by Domain.
AUTO domain extension while creating awareness among automotive businesses worldwide, and maximizing pre-registration for the auto professional or enthusiast.
The only registry to launch two new domain extensions in 2010, CentralNic (http://www.
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COM provides businesses with a domain extension which is perfect for local businesses seeking visibility worldwide.
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With BrandShelter companies can protect their brands in the growing space of internet addresses or even register them as unique domain extension.