New: Google makes AI-Domain an international DomainKoeln, )
Similar to Tuvalu's Tv-Domain for television, the AI-Domain is now being marketed as an acronym for "Artificial Intelligence". More and more technology sites with .ai are popping up, such as mercury.ai. More and more companies dealing with "Artificial Intelligence" are smart enough to discover the attractiveness of AI-Domains for their websites.
Google now classifies the AI-Domains as international domains.
"Google updated its help documentation to indicate that Google Search now considers.
AI-Domain names as a generic top-level domain, like .com, .org, and others. Google published the update and added .ai to the list of ccTLDs that are treated as gTLDs by Google."
What does that mean? AI-Domain users can look forward to seeing their domains improve in ranking and visibility.
Google will treat AI-Domains like com-Domains in the future. AI-Domains will be listed in all country versions of Google and also in Google.com. It can be expected that when searching for "artificial intelligence" websites under AI-Domains will rank better than websites at domain names of other domain extensions.
With Google's decision, there is one more argument in favor of publishing websites about artificial intelligence under the AI-Domain.
Hans Peter Oswald