The perfect New gTLD for the country music industry--allowing fans, musicians, reviewers, bloggers, and producers alike, to connect in a shared space to promote, market, network, collaberate, and develop. It's even great for who write about country music and related topics.
|Sunrise || April 15, 2014 -- June 15, 2014 |
|Landrush / EAP ||Rest Period |
|General Availability ||June 16, 2014 |
Country music has literally swept the nation. It is one of the most popular musical genres in America, and is celebrated throughout the U.S. as a tie to American folk music, country living, and Southern blues and string musical styling. Dot COUNTRY establishes an online name space for the country music industry--allowing fans, musicians, reviewers, bloggers, and producers alike, to connect in a shared space for the purpose of promotion, marketing, networking, sharing, and development. The new .COUNTRY gTLD offers a targeted, niche-specific TLD for the country music arena.
The goal of the new .country gTDL is to provide a new/better way for country specific (music and the like) businesses to make their websites easily identifiable to their consumers and clients--and to bolster consumer confidence in their brand. Registering a .country domain extension for your brand will help you grow your business, by letting the world know exactly who you are and what you do. And it will help enhance advertizing efforts and help you promote your business (or yourself) more effectively online, increasing search rankings. Be sure to get the .country domain name you want before it's taken.
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Are individual .country registrations allowed? | Yes
Will I need to provide additional information to register a .country domain name? | No
▼ Do restrictions apply to some .country domain names? | Yes
Some domain names may be permanently or temporarily reserved or restricted for registry operations, as premium domain names or to comply with ICANN requirements. To comply with ICANN requirements, all two-character domains shall be initially reserved, however may be released in the future. In addition reserved names for a) International Olympic Committee, b) International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, and c) Intergovernmental Organizations, for new gTLDs., are not available in accordance with ICANN. The list of these names can be found here. Some domains names may be initially blocked due to non-existing domain name (“NxD”) collision concerns, more information about this can be found here.
Are IDNs available? | No
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