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Neustar Launches First Site Under '.Neustar' - Its Own Branded TLD

Neustar Launches First .neustar Site: nic.neustarFor 20 years, the Internet has known just 22 domain name extensions, such as .com, .net and .org.

Starting this year, however, thousands of branded and generic top level domains (TLDs) like .Citibank, .kpmg, .nyc, .club, .buzz and .uno will change the online landscape.

To lead the way, we launched .neustar this week, kicking off our own branded TLD with a new webpage at nic.neustar.

As the leader in the new TLD registry space, we’re planning to use .neustar to showcase and enjoy the benefits and opportunities that new TLDs offer: benefits like brand recognition, search optimization, URL flexibility and increased customer trust.

And by using our very own piece of the internet for everything from marketing campaigns and product launches, to events, customer stories, and more, we’ll be showing thousands of other brands and new TLD applicants that we “walk the walk” as well as “talk the talk.”

In a few months, we’ll have the ability to launch additional .neustar sites to build our new online presence. Until then, please visit nic.neustarand stay tuned for more information on new TLDs and the changing Internet landscape.

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