50 years Moon Landing: Aero-Domains and Space-Domains for the Aerospace Industry

Man at the Moon: Neil Armstrong
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50 years ago, on July 21, 1969, the world became the witness of an event, which was never seen before: a human being jumped on the ground of the moon!

Neil Armstrong spoke his famous words at 3:56:
"That's one small step for [a] man, one giant leap for mankind."

There are two outstanding options for websites about the moon, landing on the moon and aerospace in general:

1. Aero-Domains
2. Space-Domains

Aliens from outer space would register their websites at .Space.

The relationship between a better ranking in search engines and new top-level domains has already been proven in a study of Searchmetrics for .berlin domains. Websites with .berlin domains often rank better with regional searches in Google.

»In 42% of searches, .berlin domains rank better locally.«

Another study by Total Websites in Houston shows that the results of the Searchmetrics study are in principle applicable to all new TLDs, including e.g. new Space-Domains and Aero-Domains. Total Websites notes that Google sees the domain extensions of new TLDs as an important criterion for the evaluation of a domain and, therefore, concludes that:

»It's clear that the new top-level domains improve the ranking in search

Hans-Peter Oswald
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