Corporate TLDs make the creation of Second Level Domains
(SLDs) possible. These SLDs allow users to navigate to a certain
page directly (“products.yourname”, “downloads.yourname”,
“contact.yourname”). Reducing the number of mouse clicks, this
way of navigation is time-efficient and ergonomic. Also mobile
users will benefit from simpler navigation. The TLD Registrant can
decide exactly how to process and distribute information on
his domain, thus providing superior customer service.
A policy for the use of uniform Second Level Domains under
corporate TLDs has been published by the UCDA (Uniform Corporate
Domain Authority). The guidelines provide descriptive,
predictable, straightforward and easy to remember names. UCDA
uniform naming minimizes the need for search engines or third
party directories when finding corporate resources. The
guidelines recommend the reservation by operators of cTLDs of
various SLD labels that identify specific departments, tasks
or functions within the organization.
The INAIC (the Internet Names Authorization & Information
Center) welcomes suggestions for additional domain names,
since they pertain directly to INAIC’s implementation of a
comprehensive strategy for selecting new public domain names
using predictable, straightforward, transparent, descriptive
and easy to remember names that preserve the stability of the
Click here for a list of these domains.
UN1D foresees that many Corporate TLDs will respect the
UDCA standard in the future, resulting in obtaining UCDA
certified corporate websites with many dedicated entry points.
If your computer has been upgraded for the next-generation
Internet, you will be able to browse this very website by
typing "products.UN1D", "register.UN1D”, “contact.UN1D” and
so on. Go here to check
if you have access to the next-generation