23 Jan '14, 2pm

WSJ: There Real End Users Looks Forward To Moving Their URL To A New gTLD

The Wall Street Journal has become the another major publication to publish a story about the launch of the new gTLD program and has actually talked to some real people, small business owners who are looking forward to registering a new gTLD to replace their longer .com The Story is entitled “Sell Bike’s? There’s a Web Domain For That” “The World Wide Web is about to get a lot wider. Starting Jan. 29, the first of hundreds of new top-level Web domains—the suffixes that appear at the end of website addresses like .com and .net—will become available for the first time in more than a decade.” The author of the story goes on to chat with some real end users who not only know about the New G’s (as Mr Schilling calls them), but are actually moving their URL from a longer .com to a short New G. “”It’s a marketing opportunity,” says Avery Pack of Dania Beach, Fla., who hopes to ge...

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