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.voyage domain name

What is the .voyage generic Top Level Domain Extension?

Everyone wants to travel and visit new places. For some, traveling has become a career; documenting your adventures and writing about the different places, cultures, food and sights you've seen on your voyage. If this sounds like you or something you are planning on doing, a .voyage domain name is for you.

With a domain under the .voyage gTLD extension, you will be able to create a specific domain name that can clearly show what your adventures are all about. Have you traveled all over Europe? Then a .voyage domain name can become your digital travel log that contains all the pictures of the places you've been to, food you've sampled and the people you've met.

Travel agencies will also love the .voyage domain extension. While there is a new .agency domain extension, the .voyage extension exudes a sense of adventure and traveling. So if you are a travel agency, consider the .voyage domain name as an alternative to the .agency domain extension!

Similar to how travel agencies can benefit from a domain under the .voyage gTLD, if your business is cruise ship company, you will find that the .voyage extension is a new marketing tool that you can use. The two ways you can use .voyage for your business.

The first involves using it as the main domain name for your website. This is especially useful if your business and the name of your cruise ship line uses voyage.

The second involves using a .voyage domain name to create new packages or promotions. Use the domains: AlaskaCruise.Voyage or CaribbeanInternational.Voyage to signify any promotions or packages you offer to the destinations included in your promotional packages.

Whether you travel a lot or are in the business of finding the best travel packages for clients, the .voyage domain name is perfect for you!

.voyage gTLD Requirements

The new gTLD application for the applicant , Ruby House, LLC, has been approved and its sunrise period will be open on November 26, 2013. You can expect to see some other domain extensions become available in late 2013 or early 2014 when they are released by ICANN.

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