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Browse the hundreds of domain name extensions that Webrandl has to offer and choose the right ones for your project.

Webrandl Domain Name extensions

The Best Domain Extensions for 2023

Start as you mean to go on! Your domain name will set the tone and give users a clear idea of your online activity. Make it perfect by choosing the perfect domain extension. You'll undoubtedly attract more attention and visitors.

.com

$18.00 per year

.net

$20.00 per year

.ma

$20.00 per year

.me

$20.00 per year

.io

$63.00 per year

.ca

$18.00 per year

.app

$22.00 per year

.travel

$38.00 per year

.shop

$20.00 per year

.xyz

$20.00 per year

.info

$18.00 per year

.biz

$18.00 per year

.at

$20.00 per year

.tech

$20.00 per year

.art

$20.00 per year

.sarl

$35.00 per year

.events

$23.00 per year

.agency

$18.00 per year

.university

$65.00 per year

.chat

$18.00 per year

.school

$44.00 per year

.site

$18.00 per year

.pro

$18.00 per year

.cafe

$18.00 per year

.menu

$43.00 per year

.digital

$18.00 per year

.city

$18.00 per year

.team

$20.00 per year

.guide

$45.00 per year

.boutique

$18.00 per year

Why Purchase Domains from WeBrandl’s TLD List?

Easy management

You can, thanks to an intuitive interface, configure both your DNS and Nameservers, change WHOIS information, lock/unlock your domain names and obtain your transfer codes (EPP).

Centralize your domains

Make your life easier by centralising your domain names at a single provider. With more than 350 extensions at your disposal, it will become simpler for you to manage all of your domain names.

A 24-hour support

Our support team assists you with any technical or administrative issues relating to your domain names.

Extensions FAQs

Find answers to frequently asked questions about our domain checker tool.

A domain extension, also known as a top-level domain (TLD), is the ending part of a domain name, located after the last dot. .com is the most popular TLD that is widely used in web addresses.

Domain endings help people identify the site’s purpose or its geographic location. For example, a site ending with .us indicates its focus on the American public. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), an organization maintaining TLDs, divides all domain extensions into five categories: generic domain extensions (gTLD), sponsored (sTLD), country-code (ccTLD), Infrastructure, and test (tTLD).

Combining the right website name with the perfect domain extension will provide credibility to your business, help your SEO efforts, attract more visitors, and establish your brand online.

You can buy domain names in two steps:

1. Enter a website name into the search box above and select the TLD you like by clicking Add to Cart.

2. Go to the Checkout page, select the length of registration, and complete the purchase.

Congratulations! You now own the web address for the entire registration period.

Yes. A new domain extension has a specific meaning that can help potential customers identify the purpose of your website at a glance.

For example, local businesses that use country-code extensions will make it clear where their target market is. They can build credibility and improve your branding, making the new domain extension acquisition worthwhile.

You can also get a free domain name by purchasing our Premium, Business or any Cloud Hosting plan. These plans come with free domain registration for one year, domain-based email addresses, and all features necessary for a high-performing website.

When starting a business or building a brand, choosing a recognizable domain extension is a very good practice. It makes remembering your website easier, potentially improving its traffic and attracting new customers.

Other aspects that make a great domain name are:

Length – your domain should have up to 2-3 words.Simplicity – avoid numbers, dashes, and abbreviations.Relevant keywords – can help you rank better on search engines.

When starting a business or building a brand, choosing a recognizable domain extension is a very good practice. It makes remembering your website easier, potentially improving its traffic and attracting new customers.

Other aspects that make a great domain name are:

Length – your domain should have up to 2-3 words.Simplicity – avoid numbers, dashes, and abbreviations.Relevant keywords – can help you rank better on search engines.

No. While there are over 700 (and counting) gTLDs that are available for anyone to register, there are a certain set of trademarked names - .FORD, .GUCCI, .DUPONT, etc. – that will be reserved for internal use within those companies, unless the owners open the gTLDs to the general public.

The Top 10 are: 

.COM
.NET
.ORG
.INFO
.CA
.CO
.UK
.CO.UK
.BIZ
.COM.AU

Yes. For the first time, speakers of nearly three dozen languages - including Arabic, Chinese, and languages based on the Cyrillic alphabet, have their own domains. This is a huge boon for companies that promote their products in countries where these languages are spoken.

If you're targeting an international audience, it's more suitable to choose a .com extension with fewer restrictions on domain name selection. .ma extensions are more focused on the national market but remain accessible internationally. By registering a .ma domain, you are subject to ANRT regulations.

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