From .music to .blog, iCANN is releasing hundreds of domain extensions to expand the web. In the next year, 700+ domain extensions (or gTLDs) are being released. What does this mean for Internet users? These gTLDs allow organizations and individuals to specify their sites by choosing domain extensions relevant to their industry, interests, and more.
You may have heard of the term top-level domain, often referred to as TLD, when talking about domain registration. The top-level domain is the .com or other extension that follows your individual domain. They fall into two categories - generic TLDs and country-specific TLDs. Currently there are just over 20 generic top-level domains (the most