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New gTLDs Highlight: .PROPERTY – Why you should pre-register!

Webnames.ca is now accepting pre-registrations for
upcoming new generic Top
Level Domain Names
  (like .web, .hotel, .blog, .home, .tech etc.), and we're
getting a lot of great feedback from our customers!

These new domain extensions are a huge opportunity for businesses and individuals. In order to showcase the benefits of these new extensions, we plan to highlight a new gTLD each week.

This week, we are featuring the .PROPERTY gTLD and we're talking about its potential uses and restrictions.

.PROPERTY has three different applicants and will most likely be restricted for the real estate industry. Realtors and real estate firms will find this gTLD to be an excellent way of getting their message across.

Benefits of a .PROPERTY domain name

  • For
    all things related to real estate, a .PROPERTY domain easily tells people what your website is all about. The domain is
    perfect for getting the message of your service and what you do across quickly!
  • For realtors, use a .PROPERTY domain as a good way to identify yourself.
  • A properly used .PROPERTY domain name will consistently rank high in search results.
  • For mid-sized and large corporations, a .PROPERTY domain name can help you consolidate your websites and protect your brand.
  • Get
    the domain name that you want that was not available in other extensions.

.PROPERTY is a great choice as there are many potential uses to communicate your message to potential visitors!

Pre-Register NOW
Don't miss this opportunity to register a .PROPERTY domain name or other new gTLDs. Find a domain name that matches you and your profession by going to our gTLD
Pre-Registration
page at www.webnames.ca/pre-registration and search for
the gTLD that interests you!

Pre-registering is FREE! There is no commitment to buy the domain at
this point and you'll be the first to know when your selected pre-registrations
become available.

All gTLD information is readily available to all individuals. You can access gTLD information by going to the ICANN gTLD Application Wiki or the .PROPERTY wiki page.

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