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What is a geographical top-level domain (geoTLD)?

A geographical top-level domain or geoTLD is a top-level domain (TLD) that represents a geographical or regional area. An example would be .ASIA , which represents the Asian continent, or .NYC , which represents New York City. All geoTLDs consist of at least three or more characters.

GeoTLDs are different from country code top-level domains (ccTLDs). ccTLDs are only two characters and represent countries based on ISO country codes. GeoTLDs can represent cities, provinces, territories, continents, and more. They are considered generic top-level domains (gTLDs) and as a result, they are typically not given regional targeting by search engines.

See a list of geographical TLDs that Dynadot supports

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