The perfect New gTLD for businesses that develop and/or offer bots as a service/product. This is also a great domain for bloggers and publications who write about bots and the IT industry in general.
|Sunrise ||May 31, 2017 -- July 14, 2017 |
|Landrush / EAP ||N/A |
|General Availability ||November 14, 2017 |
You've probably heard about bots a lot lately, how they are here to make our lives easier and replace apps. So what is a 'bot' exactly? Imagine texting a number to order pizza and having it delivered without ever talking to a real human -- that's what bots are all about. Specifically, a bot is an application that performs an automated task, such as setting an alarm, telling you the weather, or searching online. Siri and Cortana are bots. Many bots are programmed to act like humans when you talk to them so it feels like asking a person for help instead of just typing in a search engine. So, the new .bot domain extenstion is prefect for businesses who develope, manage, or offer bots as a service/product.
The goal of the new .bot gTLD is to provide a new/better way for businesses to make their websites and services easily identifiable to their consumers and clients--and to bolster consumer confidence in their brand--whether you're in the adult space or wanting to protect your brand in that space. Registering a .bot domain name for yourself or your brand will capture more viewers, customers, and prospects, letting them know exactly who you are and just how passionate you are about what you do. And it will also help boost advertizing and help you promote your business (or yourself) more effectively online, increasing search rankings for your business. Get the .bot domain extension you want today, before it's taken.
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Are individual .bot registrations allowed? | Yes
Will I need to provide additional information to register a .bot domain name? | No
▼ Do restrictions apply to some .bot domain names? | Yes
In accordance with ICANN schedule of reserved names the following are restricted: “EXAMPLE” shall be reserved at the second level and at all other levels within the TLD at which Registry Operator makes registrations.Two-character labels: All two-character labels shall be initially reserved. The reservation of a two character label string may be released to the extent that Registry Operator reaches agreement with the government and country-code manager. The Registry Operator may also propose release of these reservations based on its implementation of measures to avoid confusion with the corresponding country codes.
Are IDNs available? | No
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