Two or even more of my domains offered for sale have different extensions.
That represents built-in insurance. Insurance for protecting their very own name and the keywords and trade they represent.
The insurance is assured with one domain name having two or more domain extensions.
Owning both URL extensions protects the owner from 'impersonators' willing to acquire your correct domain name and try to resell it to you or, worst, even open another website with a different suffix, which could hurt your business to cause havoc with your company.
The domains and their suffix are top-level; thus, you protect your interest in owning both or more names with different extensions.
An additional safety net is to purchase both singular and plural versions of any name, i.e., golfballset.com and golfballsets.com. Different suffixes are available for global and country sites like wiz360.com and wiz360.co.uk.
Owning a domain name in two or even more top-level extensions might be perfect and let you sleep better at night.
Some domains listed here have up to four extensions to their name.
So you could own same-sex benefits with a .com .net .info. and.org suffix.
Here is the list of domains with different domain extensions (also known as suffixes). All domains below are for sale as of this writing.
To learn more, please copy and paste any name into your browser or visit our contact page.
A related blog entry about two-word domains was published in 2017 on niccosblog.com.
Domains are subject to prior sale.
Prices are subject to change.