Please Help me choose between a ".com" domain or .store which one is better?

TapiocaTapioca NAT Warrior
edited October 29 in Hosting Discussion & News

I brought domains for my business
"" and ""

which one is better?
which one should I really use?

I kind of doubting the reputation of the .store domain but it is short compared to
what is your opinion?



  • BewuntlineBewuntline NAT Warrior
    edited October 29

    Why not both? You are asking if you like to have one cake, or another cake... Why not both cakes? It is soothing on the stomach, brings happiness in life and fullfillment. :relieved:

  • LocktropistLocktropist NAT Warrior
    edited October 29

    Personally, I would get both.

    Use the .com for the main/actual website and redirect the .store :smiley:

  • LeofellowLeofellow NAT Warrior
    edited October 29

    Go for shorter domain name and choose infraused tld. I got 2 letters domain paying premium price. But not excessive price for it. Just check the list of tlds in namesilo or in another similar page and find a nice option from them . my 2 cents

  • LossAngelLossAngel NAT Warrior
    edited October 29

    I think ".com" will be ranked better on search engines than .store, at least this is visible with the naked eye when you search for certain companies, almost all of them have generic extensions.

  • BewuntlineBewuntline NAT Warrior
    edited October 29

    Go with ".store". Technology evolves, including naming space over internet. The new TLDs are the future.

    One could also use both and have multiple stores.

  • SniglamenSniglamen Shared Hoster
    edited October 29

    Go with .com, I never liked these tlds: .stores , .site , .club, etc..
    I never navigate on sites who holds those tlds, it makes me cringe

  • AllWebHostAllWebHost NAT Warrior
    edited October 29

    Most people don't really care about TLDs, unless they are very unusual.
    In my opinion, the main domain should be .com. It has become dubious in recent years, but its prices are still stable.
    ngTLDs are overproduced and continue to disperse customers, so there is a significant risk that costs will increase in the future.

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