FAQ's (Frequently Asked Questions)
What is .rest and what is .bar?
.rest is the new domain name for restaurants.
.bar is the new domain name for bars, pubs and nightclubs.
This year 800 new domain names or gTLDs (generic top level domains) will be launched, among them, .music, .movie, .shop and others. .rest and .bar offer restaurants and bars an opportunity to have a meaningful and descriptive alternative to the oversaturated, generic and often inaccessible .com, thereby creating online neighborhoods specific to restaurants and bars.
What is a gTLD?
Why are there gTLDs?
Why should I change my current web address?
Why would I change my current domain name if I have already invested money in my current domain?
How do I know if these new domain names will resonate with my costumers?
How much time and work does moving my website involve?
Will I lose my positioning if I change my domain name?
What does .rest have to do with restaurants?
Isn't this just a fad?
Why do they cost more than .com?
Why do I need a better domain name when search engines just do the work for Internet users anyway?
Can I register a domain name if I'm not ready to use it?