Is .com the 212 area code of domains? Experts say alternative suffixes are for cyber-squatters



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The World Wide Web is getting wider with the addition of new top-level domains this year, but experts say businesses and marketers may find that grabbing new options won’t do much good. The .com ending for Internet addresses still rules.

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, known as Icann, the nonprofit that oversees domain-name systems, plans to introduce more extensions in mid-2013. source

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