ICANN Announces June 13 as Reveal Day
for Proposed New gTLDs

Robyn Norgan
Jun 6, 2012

The domain world has been anxiously awaiting the reveal of the new gTLDs that have been proposed to ICANN, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, through the over 1900 applications they received. Now the countdown has begun as June 13 gets ever closer…

So far, there have been some proposed gTLDs that have been made public. For example, Google announced that it applied for .GOOGLE, .YOUTUBE, .DOCS, and, our favorite, .LOL. Canadian company, Momentous Corp, has proposed .SUCKS and .RIP. Several cities have also applied for their own gTLDs including .QUEBEC, .PARIS, .MELBOURNE, and .MIAMI. You can check out the full list of proposed gTLDs that have been announced on

What are your favorite new proposed gTLDs? What could you see yourself investing in or using for your business or personal website? Take our Facebook poll and tell us your opinion. We've narrowed the poll down to include 26 proposed gTLDs, so if you don't see your favorite or you have an idea that hasn't been proposed yet tell us in the comments!

A poll of answers for the question of what TLD do you think ICANN should approve?

Robyn Norgan
This post was written by Robyn Norgan, who voted for .LOL of course.