The Internet is embarking on a new beginning. Be there at the start. New alternatives to .com and .co.uk are now yours for the taking.
At the start of 2014 the Internet changed forever. From this point, web addresses no longer had to end in .com, .net, .org or country-specific endings like .co.uk. Instead, a wave of more than 700 new .somethings were launched, in phases. The first batches are already yours for the taking.
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By the end of 2013, a sold-out sign was looming over all .com web addresses. The best ones had been snapped up ages ago. The release of these new web address endings—aka domain names, or TLDs—makes it much easier for bloggers, start-ups and businesses to get a web address that suits their brand. Thanks to this online revolution, you can now make your web address as memorable as you.
If you’ve got your heart set on one or more of the web address endings that haven’t been released yet, you can create a watchlist to keep your eye on release dates. You’ll get email alerts, so you can be primed to buy as soon as the domain name is launched.
The first new domain names have already hit the shelves and they’re being sold on a first-come first-served basis. Get yours now.
This is for trademark holders only. If you’ve got a ™ to your name, you can apply before anyone else for your special web address ending. If there’s competition for the web address you want, you’ll go into an auction for the name. Read more about this on our special page.