TLDs are the set of letters or codes found to the right of the final dot of a URL such as .com or .gov. There are two general classes of TLDs: generic TLDs (gTLD) and country code TLDs (ccTLD). The ccTLDs are assigned to both countries and regions. For example, the .CA top-level domain is a country code top-level domain, similar to .uk in the United Kingdom or .us in the United States.
Why should you register for a .ca domain name and how will it benefit your business?
The .ca country-code top-level domain (ccTLD) is good news for small to medium sized businesses throughout Canada. The .ca extension will allow for a wider choice of domain names, and more potential opportunities for those businesses who want to reflect their brand accurately. The .ca extension also provides a means to shorten your existing domain and create a shorter more memorable address for your visitors. In addition, it clearly shows that you do business in Canada, helping to boost sales and attract visitors to your site.
For more information about the .ca domain name, and what it will mean for Canadian businesses, please visit our new TLDs page.
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