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Business nTLDs - Find your perfect business nTLD with 1&1

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Comprehensive business domains with 1&1

Discover a wide variety of business based domains and how and nTLD can help you grow.

Choose from a comprehensive range of domains suitable for any business model. Included in the list are top-sellers such as .consulting, .restaurant, .forsale and .sale, which help customers to understand what your website is before they've entered. Alternatively, if you simply want to let your audience know that you're a business website, then the .business domain is the perfect way to distinguish your site and help you stand out online. For more business domains, check out the full selection available with 1&1.

Business Domains

  • How are business domains structured?

    Business domains from 1&1 are always structured in the same way as traditional .com domains. This can be divided into three parts: a TLD, an SLD (second-level domain) and a subdomain. Like a traditional TLD, the new top-level domain, or nTLDs, are located at the far right of the web address. Popular examples of traditional TLDs include .com, .net or nTLDs work in the same way, however they offer much more flexibility when it comes to choice—providing options such as .hotel, .shop or .business. The SLD or second level domain is the name you choose for your website. The advantage of a nTLD is that there is a far bigger choice available for SLD, so it's more likely you can find the one you need.
  • How do I register a business nTLD with 1&1?

    If you're a new customer and want to register a business nTLD with 1&1 it's straightforward to do. Start by ensuring that your desired domain name is available—you can do this using the 1&1 Domain Check. In the event that the domain name you want isn't available, try changing your chosen nTLD; for example, if is unavailable, try as an alternative. You can also change your second level domain if you want to keep your nTLD. In any event, we'll provide you with a list of viable alternatives that are available for use. Following this, simply enter your payment information and complete the relevant ICANN validation process.

    If you're already an existing customer then it's even simpler to register a business nTLD. All you have to do is log into your 1&1 account, click "Domains" and then "Register new domain" and follow the instructions. With 1&1, registering a business nTLD is that easy.