ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers), the body accountable for managing and coordinating the Internet's Domain Name System, a week ago announced that the very first new gTLD (Generic Top Level Domain) could go are now living in the internet since August 28 2013 and we possibly may begin to see the first registrations from September 28.
Over the following couple of years the net will grow from having its existing 22 TLDs;. com,. net,. org and so forth to over 1, 000 additions such as .nyc, .secure, .bank, .app,.book, .fashion, .web, .gucci and many more. This means potentially 10 new domain extensions each week being introduced to the net.
Some search engine optimisation experts suspect it may have an important impact on the way in which searchers utilize the internet and certainly will have implications for marketers.