.com, .net, .org, .biz, .edu, .info, .int, .gov, .mobi, .aero. For many unsuspecting web surfers, these points are no bigger than expanding the sites you visit. They do not realize that these three letters, which come after a while or after a while, have a great function in the internet webbed world.
The top-level domain or last part of the web domain name serves as a virtual, invisible fence in the vast, huge space of the Internet. Classification and stratification are indicated. Top-level domains tell you which site to visit. .com refers to commercial websites that are open to everyone and can register .biz for business. .edu is for educational institutions (mainly for schools, colleges and universities) and .gov for government agencies and organizations. Each top-level domain corresponds to a particular association or classification in order to try to organize seemingly impossible organizing portals on the internet.
One of the most recent additions to the approved top-level domain list is the .travel domain. In May 2005, the top-level domain of the travel industry was created when the company called Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) approved Tralliance's proposed contract to run a top-level domain administration for the thriving travel industry. Tralliance is a company that develops products and services that promote the efficiency and convenience of e-commerce for the global travel and tourism industry. His headquarters are in New York.
In January 2006, the .travel registry was officially launched. Tralliance creates two persistent policies for a .travel domain in the registry. First, the top level domain of .travel can only be submitted to applicants whose entitlements are indisputable as certified by independent third parties, which include travel companies. The applicant's entitlement will be verified and evaluated based on the data provided by Traliiance and updated annually. Another, the Travel Partnership Corporation, has imposed certain restrictions on the selection of domain names that applicants may use. These general policies have been designed to make sure that the management of the top level domain of .travel can only result in high levels or ratios of industry identity and brands as well as tested eligibility.
Tralliance's vision is .travel's top-level domain for the travel and tourism industry online community * based on equity and policies. Tralliance plans to expand and expand this community by recruiting members of the Travel Partnership Partnership. Tralliance seeks out and promises to implement a wide range of programs that will involve the online travel and tourism community.
Tralliance has taken serious steps in .travel's top-level domain administration. dream of a coordinated, systematic online travel and tourism community.
According to Tralliance's latest reports, there are currently 140 tour operators who have joined the Travel Partnership Collaboration. These travel associations come from nine industries and 73 countries. In addition, more than 60 tour operators are actively involved in Tralliance's certification program for the .travel register. These 60 tour operators are happy to carry out evaluations, verifications and recommendations to allow applicants. Applicants are also reported to be comfortable with this authentication scheme because it helps them easily establish their credentials. Tralliance has established a good relationship with the United States and Canada. The United States Department of Commerce worked with the .travel register. This step was made in honor of the National Tourism Week, focusing on challenging states, cities and tourism organizations across the Americas to protect their tourism assets by registering .travel internet domain names. The United States Chamber of Commerce also opened the dialogue with Tralliance for each chamber of nationalities. In Canada, the Tourism Committee has taken the step of creating a new model for target marketing. This is done by registering provinces, cities, and other frequently visited destinations by registering hundreds of .travel domain names.
Tourism managers from the Indian Chamber of Commerce, the Euro Chamber (Association of All Chambers of Commerce in Europe) and close to Middle East and Africa have begun their initiatives to pump their travel and tourism industry with the help of .travel.
Source by Patrick Connor