8. What about .net, .org,
.biz, .info, etc., domain names, do I need those, too?
used to be a handful of domain name suffixes, and their purpose was
to help organize the Internet. So, all government sites ended with .gov,
and non-commercial organizations ended with .com, .net, .org, and so on.
But as domain name registration became deregulated, suddenly,
suffixes like .biz, .info, and even country-specific codes like .ca
or .us popped up. Registering your domain name across dozens of
top-level domains became an expensive prospect.
Essentially, one domain should be enough. But, if you would like to
register several variations of your domain name just in case a web
surfer types in a different domain extension or to prevent a
competitor from attempting to steal a few of your clients who may
confuse the addresses, we can point any additional domain names you
register to the same website for you.
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