.link is a new gTLD (generic top-level domain) that you can use as an alternative to .com, .org., etc.
The .link domain name will provide users with more choice and control online as it relates to the links they follow online, such as those leading to Amazon or eBay. This means that your .link domain name can be used to direct people to your website, blog, or social media profiles.
Who can register a .link domain name?
Anyone can register a .link domain name. You don't have to be affiliated with any particular organization or entity.
What are the benefits of using a .link domain name?
The .link domain name offers a number of benefits, including:
- A shorter, more memorable web address
- Increased brand recognition and visibility
- More control over the links you share online
- Easier for people to find your website, blog, or social media profiles
The .link TLD provides several benefits to Internet users including more choices and an intuitive domain name.
Many people use links on the web every day, whether they're clicking on hyperlinks in search engine results or following them on social media sites like Twitter and Facebook.
The .link TLD will provide these internet users with another alternative for choosing where they want to go online.
This means that people can visit your website or follow you via a simple click of a link, rather than having to remember your URL address or typing it into their browser.
A .link domain name provides you with more choice and control online as it relates to the links you follow online.
For instance, if you have a blog on WordPress.com, your link could lead to a specific page or post rather than the main site.
The .link domain can also help people find your website or social media profiles more easily, as they may remember the name of your link and use it to search for you by name.
It's also a great way to direct people to your website, blog, or social media profiles.
What are some of the restrictions on .link domain names?
Some examples of prohibited content in .link domain names are obscene material, criminal activities, and discrimination based on race, sex, religion, nationality, disability, sexual orientation, or age.
You cannot use a .link for commercial purposes or to mislead people into thinking you're another person or organization.
What is the common second-level .link domain name?
.link is the common second-level domain name for all new .link domain names, such as yourwebsite.link.
A second-level domain name, such as .link, corresponds to a top-level domain name in the registry.
For instance, .com corresponds directly to COM in the registry.
How can I register a .link website or email address?
You can get started with your .link website or email address today using our registration wizard.
We'll walk you through the quick and easy steps of registering, ordering hosting if needed, and setting up your new service.
Just choose "register new link" from the drop-down menu under "TLDs". Type in the domain name you want, and we'll check availability for you.
If it's available, we'll show you a selection of great options to get started, including free parking and website forwarding.