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What will be the next popular TLD as popular as the .com in the internet world? There are more than 20 different TLD categories grouped by their related categories such as lifestyle, religion, technology, commerce, money, tech and finance. Maybe any TLD won’t be popular as .com but some TLDs are very popular in their categories. For example, we may list some TLD extensions that are becoming popular in the field of technology : .ai, .io, .tech, .science and .app. We will see more .ai domain names over time as artificial intelligence is more involved in our lives. Perhaps, you should invest in .ai domains before it is too late? By the way, .ai is a ccTLD of Anguilla Island and domain names should not be an investment instrument.
We generate wildcard certificates using their ACME server by using DNS Challenge validation. Since we use DNS Challenge, you must use NameOcean DNS to generate SSL. It is automatically renewed and generated free wildcard SSL. Read more details at Free SSL.
Choosing the best possible domain for your would-be website is not always a walk in the park. In fact, it can sometimes feel extremely frustration coming up with a ton of ideas that don’t seem to do the trick. That being said, everybody deserves a really good domain for their business or organization. Everything may depend on this, because it has impact on your SERPs ranking, among other things. Luckily, this post is written to help you do that very easily (and efficiently too). With that in mind, let’s dive in and discuss the top 5 must-know tips for finding the awesome domain you will be proud of.
If you have plans to build a thriving business, it is advisable to use a .COM. Why? There’s nothing better than it. It would increase the traffic to your site significantly. That’s because people find it more trustworthy. Even though you can use a 301-redirect to send traffic to your .org or .net, which is totally fine, you should use a .COM. If you do not want to use that, then use an equivalent TLD – one that is suitable for your target market.
How to check that your domain name is eligible for transfer? See Transfer domain. Write your current domain name above and we will check if it is eligible for transfer. Before starting the transfer of any domain name make sure your domain meets the following conditions: Request your domain’s Auth/EPP Code from your current registrar. You can ask us to find your domain’s current registrar or you can use our Whois Lookup Tool to find out your domain registrar. Additionally, be aware that once a domain transfer is initiated, it won’t be possible to update the domain’s nameservers. If you need to perform any urgent DNS changes, make sure to do it before the transfer starts. Otherwise, you will be able to do it only upon the transfer completion.
As you can see on the image above, Standard SSL certificates are applied to only www.example.com and example.com. It means if you want to have a subdomain like blog.example.com it won’t be applied to and browsers will show a warning if you browse the address.