Point Québec is a non-profit organization that established with the purpose of creating the .Quebec gTLD. Point Quebec applied earlier in 2013 to the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers’ (ICANN) for the establishment of a .quebec generic top-level domain (gTLD).
Michel Philibert, the spokesman for Point Québec, explained that the goal behind the domain name was apolitical and only serves to emphasize that the province of Quebec is a unique area that remains proud of its heritage. He encouraged other provinces to follow Quebec’s example and apply for their own provincial domain suffixes.
The recently approved .Quebec suffix on web addresses provide many benefits, and here are a few:
– The .Quebec domain name provides fresh naming options.
– The domain name will benefit tourism business and multinationals trying to connect with clients in the province.
– The domain name will help companies trying to sell Quebec products on a global scale.
– A .quebec extension could make corporations, small businesses and individuals in the province easier to find.
– The .quebec extension could be especially useful for small businesses and start-ups that can benefit greatly from being indexed according to their location rather than finding themselves among result-page after page of bigger, more popular companies.
For more information about the .Quebec domain name, including prices, please visit the Sibername .Quebec domain name page.
Sibername is a domain name and hosting service Company that works to provide stability, security, and accessibility for all of its clients. We have extensive experience in providing new domain names. You can access the list and pricing of the new TLD domains on Sibername’s main website. You can visit Point Québec for more information on the new domain name.