XYZ recently sprang to prominence when Alphabet (Google’s parent company) recently adopted abc.xyz as their domain of choice.
As a domain .XYZ is instinctive and it makes sense. It is used daily, worldwide, as a short, easy to remember phrase. XYZ is also composed of three letters, just like other popular extensions, such as .com, .net, and .org, which brings a familiar quality to an innovative new extension.
We end the alphabet with XYZ – we end a domain name the same way and so did Google founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page when they setup Alphabet.
Anyone can use .XYZ for any purpose because the name is as generic as it is distinctive. .XYZ is affordable, instantly recognizable, and easily adaptable. It’s for bloggers, retailers, and businesses of any size or industry. .XYZ is ideal for companies that want a shorter version of their URL, are looking to launch promotions and microsites, or simply want to shake up their image.
Rest assured that XYZ is an international extension, so users across the globe can register a .XYZ domain name and connect with their audience.