Leading Pre-Registration Provider Moves to DotAnything.co

Leading Pre-Registration provider GetNewTLDs.com is moving to DotAnything.co. DotAnything.co provides pre-registration services for domains in new TLDs such as .Shop, .Web and .Site.

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Pre-register for your domain name in tomorrow's hottest new TLDs such as .Shop and .Vegas.

Imagine your website at www.My.Shop or www.Company.Blog. Pre-order domains in new TLDs like .Shop, .Web and .Site at www.DotAnything.co

DotAnything.co helps customers get the best domains in new TLDs like .Shop, .Web, and .Buzz.

Fitchburg, WI (PRWEB) September 24, 2013

GetNewTLDs.com, one of the leading providers of pre-registration services for domains in new Top Level Domains (TLDs) like .Shop, .Web and .Site has moved to DotAnything.co. A Top Level Domain (TLD) is the text to the right of the final dot in a domain name. For example, .Com is the most popular TLD today. New TLDs such as .NYC and .Vegas are expected to begin launching as early as 2014.

For more than 20 years, .Com has ruled the Internet as the most popular Top Level Domain (TLD) ever created. Originally intended to stand for ‘Commercial’, domains in the .Com TLD span every continent, topic, and country on the face of the planet.

But all that is about to change.

In 2012, ICANN, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, accepted applications for new TLDs. Over 1,930 applications for new TLDs were filed, including applications for everything from .Shop and .Web to .BMW and .GAP.

This application process is really equivalent to the de-regulation of the Internet naming system. Today, there are only 22 generic TLDs such as .COM and .NET. In the future, there will be hundreds of generic TLDs to choose from such .news, .vegas, and .nyc not to mention hundreds of branded TLDs including .Google, .Apple and .Hilton.

DotAnything.com helps customers get the domain names that they want in new TLDs like .Site and .Shop. DotAnything.co was originally launched as GetNewTLDs.com to accept pre-registration requests for domain names in new TLDs.


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