GoDaddy Launches Six New Rightside TLDs

At Rightside, we believe that more options mean more opportunity and that your domain name is no exception.  We know that not every business or individual falls into a .com or a .org, which is why we’ve partnered with GoDaddy to make six of our new Top Level Domains (TLDs) available for pre-registration. Our hope is that these new TLDs will allow everyone to distinguish their business, brand, and digital identity in new and exciting ways.

Pick one or pick all six. Here’s what’s newly available at GoDaddy:

–          .FUTBOL (‘Soccer’ or ‘Football’ in Spanish)

–          .NINJA

–          .IMMOBILIEN (‘Real Estate’ in German)

–          .SOCIAL

–          .ROCKS

–          .REPUBLICAN

As if this weren’t enough, GoDaddy has also made .DANCE. .DEMOCRAT, and .REVIEWS available for pre-registration. Pre-registering puts you in the best possible position to secure your favorite domain name before it becomes available to the general public.

To get started just follow these simple steps:

–          Visit GoDaddy and search for your company name or creative phrase and select your favorite TLD.

–          Choose pre-registration or priority registration and complete steps to check-out.

So, all you soccer fans, pick up a .FUTBOL for your favorite teams. Make sure to secure .ROCKS for your company’s name. And have some fun with .NINJA to showcase your hobbies and interests. Good luck grabbing your new domain names!

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