Top-level-domain (TLD)
  • are standard addresses with the ending com, net, org, biz, country endings, etc.
  • the TLDs have the largest share of all registered domains.
  • new top-level-domain (nTLD)
  • are domains with the new extensions. The most well-known endings are
  • center, club, expert, news, online, shop, tours, web, xyz, etc.
  • By combining keywords and endings, concise, memorable high-end terms can be generated.
  • These concise terms express what can be found on the website.
  • Premium-Domains
  • Premium domains were top keywords with the endings com or a country endings.
  • Premium domains have concise, catchy keywords and high traffic.
  • Premium domains are also offered by the domain registries.
  • The coveted domain terms are also known as keyword domains.
  • The term premium domains has been misused in recent years.
  • Many domains with one keyword are referred to as premium domains.
  • The keywords no longer result in concise, memorable terms.
  • However, these domains are not high-quality premium domains
  • sie sollen aufgewertet werden um Sie leichter zu verkaufen.
  • The term premium domain is thereby contradicted and loses its meaning.
  • High-End-Domains
  • High-end domains have keywords with the appropriate ending.
  • Only if the keywords with the domain ending give a short and concise top term,
  • it is a high-end domain.
  • The quickly memorable top term must express what can be found on the website.
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