Choose from 400+ domain extensions

Looking for new gTLDs? Find the right fit for your brand

Promote yourself instantly using your top-level domain

By using a generic top-level domain (gTLD), you’ll be able to claim a distinctive and memorable extension for your brand that perfectly suits your business. These can be a great alternative to a .com, or .net domain extension as they immediately showcase your location or services.

You could appeal to local customers with .london, entice them to .shop ‘til they drop, show off your expertise with .pro or tell them how much you love .coffee! Either way, we have a variety of gTLDs for you to choose from that are guaranteed to help you stand out from the crowd.

Why register a gTLD?

Select your domain

Get a short and memorable website name that works for you

Attract visitors

Increase visibility online and attract more visitors to your site

Create a brand

Perfectly match your domain to your industry or location

Build trust

Help verify your online identity and build customer trust

Be unique

Set your brand apart from your competitors with a gTLD

Add a contemporary twist

Compliment your existing domains with a modern alternative

Which gTLDs are available to order?

With more than 400 different extensions available, you’re bound to find your ideal web address. Competition for these names is fierce though, so make sure you register yours today before someone else does!

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Frequently asked questions

What is a generic top-level domain?

A generic top-level domain (gTLD) is a category of top-level domains that typically promote a specific service or location. For example, some of the most popular options in the UK including .io, .club, .london and .wales. Don't be fooled by the "generic" title though, as they're anything but generic! This instead refers to the fact that they aren't restricted to a country.

Why should I register a gTLD for my business?

By incorporating a unique domain extension that reflects your services into your web address, such as .cafe or .photography, you'll make it easier for prospective customers to find your business on Google, since they'll likely be using that same keyword in their search. They'll also be more likely to visit your website as a unique URL will help your brand stand out from the crowd.

With a gTLD, you'll have more control and flexibility over your brand's image online as well as your name strategy. If you're a brand owner, you should definitely consider registering your brand with a unique top-level domain to prevent others from doing the same.

How do I purchase a gTLD domain extension?

Read our support article to see how you can purchase a gTLD domain name through 123 Reg in just three simple steps.

How do I register a new domain name associated with my trademark?

Trademarks are protected in the gTLD registration process, which means that as a brand owner you can reserve your trademarked names first before anyone else. Find out how to secure a domain with your trademark in it.

How do gTLDs impact online businesses?

Thanks to these domain extensions, your website address can now describe who you are, what you do and what you have to offer. But what is the real impact of the new top-level domains on companies looking to protect their brands? Find out from our article.

Can a TLD boost your rankings?

Wondering if a new domain extension can offer improved chances for higher rankings in search engine results? Read our in-depth article to find out if search engines, including Google, give any special preference to gTLDs, over other TLDs and if a gTLD can boost your rankings.

How do I move my website to a gTLD without hurting my SEO?

A generic top-level domain comes with many benefits but what if you already have a website with great SEO value? Learn how to move to your new home without losing rankings and organic traffic.