Why We Heart .NYC
.NYCs are now available to register, but what can this new web address ending do for your business?
The .NYC web address ending has been created to sing Sinatra-style about your connection to New York New York. It’s the web address ending of yellow cabs, Central Park pretzels, and Little Brown Bags.
Getting your business a .NYC web address has almost as many advantages as The Big Apple has hot dog stands. An .NYC gives your business kudos from the moment it appears in search engine listings. That's because New York has one of the best business reputations in the world. After all, it's the home of Wall Street and the birthplace of Macy's.
A .NYC web address could also increase your bottom line. This is because of something search engines like Google call a Quality Score. Basically, a .NYC instantly shows the search engines that you're relevant to New York, so they're more likely to suggest your site to Internet users searching for your kind of company from within the city's geography.
You must have a physical address in one of the five boroughs of New York City in order to be able to register for this web address ending (see .nyc terms). P O Boxes and proxy addresses don't count. For example, the following address would fit the address requirements:
87 E 42nd St
New York, NY 10017
If the above sounds like you, you can register your perfect .NYC now with Midphase.