See a new TLD in action by searching for “coffee club”, company suggests.
It’s not from Google’s search team, but a new blog post today from Google Domains seeks to clear up any misunderstanding about new domain names and search.
The post answers common questions about new domain name endings, such as will they affect my website’s search ranking (no) and can I move my site to a new domain name (yes).
Google uses Coffee.club as an example of how new domain names show up in search. It suggests typeing in “coffee club” at Google to see how a new TLD shows up in results, just like a .com domain name does.
The rest of the post if a marketing pitch for new top level domain names, providing examples of how domains can help with brand identity and promotions.
Great that Google are promoting the new Tld’s………!
Had noticed the same years ago while searching for “that is me”.
Ok…after 10 pages of searching coffee club, no sign of coffee.club
Coffee.club is the first result when you search for coffee club
For you perhaps, but not for me.
When I say “no sign of coffee.club in 10 pages, I mean no sign of coffee.club”
As you would be aware, google search is influenced by a range of factors based on the searcher.
If I search Coffee Club, no sign of coffee.club in 10 pages (I get many other web addresses for coffee clubs.
If I search coffee .club, then coffee.club appears in the second position
Coffee Club comes up #2 on Google if input “Coffee Club” or “Coffee Club”
#1 is https://www.moustachecoffeeclub.com/ — and it’s easy to see why: lots of relevant content, a vast Social Media presence
I never search for “Club” on Google, because any club that would have me as a member is one I would not want to belong.
I wanted to buy a .agency domain from this guys https://www.eurodns.com/international-domain-names/agency-domain-registration/ but i didn’t find any .agency websites that rank in the first pages of google…