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A Generic Top Level Domain, or gTLD, is basically any TLD that is not a ccTLD. Previously, gTLDs were limited to being three or more characters. But with the addition of the New gTLD program, two character gTLDs may now be registered. Examples of gTLDs include [[.com]], [[.org]], and [[.info]]. [[sTLD]]s, such as [[.travel]], and [[GeoTLD]]s, such as [[.asia]] and [[.cat]], are a subset of gTLDs.
 
A Generic Top Level Domain, or gTLD, is basically any TLD that is not a ccTLD. Previously, gTLDs were limited to being three or more characters. But with the addition of the New gTLD program, two character gTLDs may now be registered. Examples of gTLDs include [[.com]], [[.org]], and [[.info]]. [[sTLD]]s, such as [[.travel]], and [[GeoTLD]]s, such as [[.asia]] and [[.cat]], are a subset of gTLDs.
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:: <h3>New gTLD Program</h3>
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:: <h4>New gTLD Program</h4>
 
:: The [[new gTLD Program]] is a newly approved process by which ICANN will be accepting applications to add new TLDs to the [[Root Zone]]. Check out our [[New gTLD Resources]] page.
 
:: The [[new gTLD Program]] is a newly approved process by which ICANN will be accepting applications to add new TLDs to the [[Root Zone]]. Check out our [[New gTLD Resources]] page.
  

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