- Customers receive first new generic top-level domains
- 1&1 offers wide choice of nTLDs for pre-registration
- Businesses can obtain unique and effective domain names
12 February 2014, London 1&1 Internet, Ltd., www.1and1.co.uk, a global leader among Web hosting providers, today delivered seven new domain name extensions to customers, as part of the brand new generic top-level domains gTLDs launches. The creation of hundreds of new domain suffixes is set to transform the online landscape and has generated excitement in both the technology and business industries. The launches mean that businesses can enjoy new opportunities to secure their online brand and improve audience targeting on the Web.
1&1 Internet is today able to deliver some of the very first new gTLDs to the mass market. The following new gTLDs are available today for immediate registration through 1&1
Customers that have pre-registered these domains with 1&1 before today will be given registration priority as the new gTLDs go live.
Robert Hoffmann, CEO Hosting, 1&1 Internet Ltd., said, It is highly satisfying to deliver our first new gTLDs to customers. The seven options available today are only the first of hundreds of new domains to become available through 1&1 in the coming weeks and months. By taking advantage of a distinctive and relevant Web address, businesses can protect and build upon their online brand.
Those registering new gTLDs with 1&1 will benefit from the 1&1 Domain Centre interface, offering convenient, mobile and customisable administration and monitoring for their 1&1 domains and domain orders. Registration of .PHOTOGRAPHY, .LIGHTING, .GRAPHICS, .GALLERY, and .EQUIPMENT are £9.99VAT for the first year of registration, and .CAMERA and .ESTATE can be registered for £19.99VAT for the first year. After a domain is purchased, customers can link it to their website effortlessly via the 1&1 Control Panel.
The 1&1 domain portal, http//www.1and1.co.uk/new-top-level-domains, provides news and information about new gTLDs as well as suggestions of which new Internet addresses could be relevant based on a particular business area or an individual field of interest.
Alan Barnes tells Professional Imagemaker magazine ''As domain names expand and reflect industry and interest areas more accurately, it offers businesses and individuals the opportunity to redefine their web addresses so that customers and users can have a better predefined perception of the website and its purpose. 'Alan Barnes Photography' is an established London/Surrey based Wedding and event photography, with an excellent reputation for end to end service to its customers. As photography is my business, having a website that enables potential clients to see the high quality of my images is invaluable. I already own the .co.uk and .com domain names, so it made sense for me to add the new .photography domain to reflect the ongoing evolution of online business.'' Alan Barnes, www.alanbarnesphotography.comContact http://alanbarnesphotography.com/
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