New Domain Names Released, An Alternative To The Trivial

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With a variety of new Top Level Domain Names available, Internet users can finally break free from the limitations of a system crammed with over 26 million, mostly forgettable .COMs.

The interest shown in the customized domain names market just keeps on growing. With options ranging from .AMERICA to .ZEN and beyond, there is now even an option to "Create Your Own". Previously unheard of websites such as http://www., http://www. phonecards.usa and http://www. mp3.server have been launched across the Web. A new dimension has been added to the Internet that anyone can use virtually without restriction. This is neither ICANN, nor its alternative; rather a private network that has been opened up to the general public. With unlimited choice for those wanting personalization and easy to remember options, this trend has been firmly established.

dotWORLDS (, a company at the forefront of this market also offers a selection of these domain names free to make it possible for users to test the system before taking the plunge. Those with existing websites or domains will find it simple to use their new dotWORLDS domain name, where they will be able to run both old and new sites in parallel and increase their Internet presence.

Brian Retkin, director of dotWORLDS Ltd said "This is a very exciting development. We offer choice in what was an increasingly restricted market. Now, people have the ability to use domain names for what they were intended: a memorable, relevant and fun way for people to find websites and content on the Internet. We have already seen communities springing up around some of the free domains that we offer, such as ".music", and with the freedom to invent Internet addresses they really want, people are turning to these dotWORLDS to express themselves."

About dotWORLDS Ltd

dotWORLDS Ltd. (, a company based in London focused on providing fully customizable Internet domain names and e-mail addresses through its global infrastructure and provides a free browser upgrade that allows viewing of customized domain names.

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