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A TLD, which stands for top-level domain, is simply the technical term for the part of the domain that comes at the end. The most frequently used top-level domains are .org, .com or country-specific extensions like .co.uk. Since November new top-level domains have been launched, which are more creative and industry-specific, like .graphics, so, essentially, new TLDs are just more creative versions of the old commonly used TLDs. You will still need to choose a domain name for your website, which is the part that comes before the TLD. Think of a new TLD as a special addition to your domain name, if you don't choose a new TLD you will have to choose between .com, .org, or a country specific extension. Or, you could try something a little different and chose a new TLD that will strengthen your brand identity, and make your domain name specific to your industry.
So, you have decided to buy a .graphics domain but have discovered your desired domain isn't available? Here at IONOS we have brand new domain names with great availability, and .graphics is one of them, so it is unlikely that yours will be unavailable. But if it isn't, don't worry, we have other great, related domain names for you to choose from, like .digital, .media, or .technology. Our online domain checker also allows you to see what domains are available before you decide to make a purchase. We recommend trying out a couple of different domains before making your decision, to ensure you choose an available domain name. It is also important to reserve your TLD to ensure it doesn't get taken by competitors. If your ideal domain is taken, you can either make an offer to your competitor to buy it, choose from one of our other new top-level domain extensions, or shorten the name. For example, if your URL includes both your first and second name you could change it to just your second name, like smith.graphics instead of robsmith.graphics.