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New Top Level Domains List – New gTLDs (Updated 02 Oct 2015)

List Updated 02 Oct 2015

Supplemental audio for your listening pleasure:

I couldn’t find a detailed list of new and future Generic Top Level Domains that I could easily scan so I decided to create one myself. I put together as many domains as I could find into a SlideShare presentation. I believe many bloggers and marketers will find this list helpful as you plan future sites, projects and marketing campaigns. Domains are relatively inexpensive so they make a nice alternative for Pretty Links setup for affiliate links and content we’ve created. I posted Branding Opportunities With The New Generic Top Level Domains last month if you’d like some ideas on getting the most from GTLDs.

Great News or Too Confusing?

Ready or not, domains like .WTF, .fail and .sucks are on their way to a website near you. 🙂

When I posted Branding Opportunities With The New Generic Top Level Domains last month, many of you shared a less than excited feeling about the flood of new Generic Top Level Domains being introduced. The concern is that things are going to get pretty confusing and I have to agree with that. But like every trend that we can’t control, those that grasp and take advantage of change stand a better chance of benefiting (and profiting) from it.

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The List Of Generic Top Level Domains (SlideShare Presentation)

Below you will find a details list of new generic top-level domains (GTLD) that are available right now, as well as many that are coming soon. I did my best to sort the domain name extensions alphabetically and availability. This turned out to be a bigger project than I anticipated so I hope it’s accurate but I can’t make any guarantees.

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New & Future Generic Top Level Domains – Updated 02 Oct 2015

Complete  New TLD List


List of New Top Level Domains without line breaks (Updated 02 October 2015):

Action Step

I recommend you save or bookmark this list of domains and return often. Use the list when looking for creative domain ideas for future blogs or websites, helping a client find their online presence, testing higher conversions for sales and affiliate links, or linking via domain redirect for any content you’ve created.

Got Stories?

I’d love to hear your thoughts, stories or GTLD ideas. Have you registered any of these generic domains yet? Do you plan to in the future? What types of uses can you see for domains like these? Do you find the list helpful?

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  1. I’m not at all excited about this. New TLDs will certainly bring confusion. Suppose you register something like and start promoting your site online and offline; how many people who saw your ad on a bus or a billboard will got to instead to your site? I’d say a good percentage of them. IMHO .com is the king and other currently established TLDs are just “backup”

  2. Wow! Its crazy to glance on domains like .lol, etc.

    Not agree with the whole of you Miloske. This will help the local merchants to establish their online presence with their desired fancy domain names.

    And yes, GTLDs will be confusing too for the broader audience, until we be complex enough to grasp its intensity.

  3. I’m with you Miloske, that’s exactly why I used to use an 800 number rather than 888 or 866. Now it doesn’t really matter,everyone knows they’re toll free. I think .com is best, absolutly, but what if your brand isn’t available in a .com? What if you owned Miloske’s Coffee Shop and the .com was already taken. Should you settle on something that wouldn’t fit as well or would be a nice alternative?

  4. I agree Shahzad, it’s a cool addition but it will take some time for everyone to get used to it. Until then, I wouldn’t bet my entire online business on it.

  5. Hahaha, that’s some exiciting domain extensions. Actually, .guru is already being used and .expert is the next.

  6. I personally doubt that appreciation of new domains will be very high. Of course already everything reasonable seems to be already taken by “domain sharks”.

  7. This is the first blog which i have seen so far, which has voice enabled, it would be helpful people like me instead of going through all the stuffs, i would love to listen instead of that. Anyways good info about top domains. Keep up the good work Brian D. Hawkins

  8. Thank Balu, I’m glad it helps. I’m trying to add a little audio to each post.

  9. There are a lot of people squatting on domains Kaloyan but I think gTLDs won’t appeal to those people as much as .coms have.

  10. awesome article this will help to choose domain thanks for sharing.

  11. For some it might not be very appealing to use one of the new gTLD’s, I find the idea great! It is like a breath of fresh air and allows to come up with really unique combinations and can be a major benefit for a successful branding strategy.
    Certainly, .com is shorter, but there aren’t many more good ones to find, because people have made a business model of hoarding .com domain names, and then selling them for horrible prices.
    For the creative ones of us, let’s just use gTLD’s instead, and come up with really good name combinations!

  12. Good list of Top level domains. Now as soon as you buy a hosting space for you blog you have to decide on the domain extension as well. This list would come in handy if you are maintaining your blog as a hobby. Some players like bluehost India and godaddy offer a domain for free. Thanks for sharing this informative post

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