What is the .pub generic Top Level Domain Extension?
Everyone enjoys grabbing a few drinks to relax, and it’s safe to say that we usually drink where we’re more comfortable. Pubs and bars have been the venue of choice for most of us for hundreds of years. With the launch of the new gTLDs, a domain extension for our favourite establishment is now a possibility. From pubs and bars to beer enthusiasts, the .pub new gTLD provides a great opportunity to do something different with your online presence. Use YourNameIrish.pub to tell people what type of pub you are. Create stronger brand synergy you’re your online presence and your business with a .pub domain. On the other side of the spectrum, the .pub TLD can also represent publishers or those in the advertising business.
For those in the publishing business, the .pub domain can and will get you noticed (ex. Book.pub or YourName.pub). For advertisers and marketers, you can also use a .pub domain to show potential clients any of your past works. Registering a .pub domain name will represent your professionalism and expertise within your industry, while helping you get found by those who are searching for you. As the .pub domain name is a generic term, and applies to a broad group of individuals, the opportunities for getting the domain name you want are huge. Pre-registering for a .pub domain name early can help to ensure you are one of the leaders for this dynamic new TLD.
.pub gTLD Requirements
Registration of .pub domains is open to everyone and its Sunrise Period begins on April 2, 2014.