What is .menu?
The domain extension launched in 2013 holds the same meaning in more than 30 languages, making it effective in communicating the content and purpose of your website or blog, no matter what particular cuisine you and your business specialize in.
Who uses .menu?
Businesses with .menu portals go beyond listing prices and accepting orders. They can also add "farm - to - table" or dish heritage stories so clients can understand what they’re paying for and supporting. You can use .menu as a standalone site or as a forwarding link to the menu page on your existing website.
Why go with .menu?
People love to see what's on the menu of a restaurant, coffee shop, or food delivery service, whether they're placing an order or booking a reservation at a physical establishment. Pique the interest of homebodies and travelers alike with your lineup of dishes, vivid descriptions, and enticing photographs.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a domain?
is your website name and the address where you are found on the internet. A domain name can be any combination of letters and numbers followed by an extension. You may recognize .com, which is the most common extension. But we offer hundreds of others
to help you stand out. Every domain is unique and must be registered before you use it.
I already have a domain name. Can I transfer it to Verizon Small Business Essentials?
Yes! You'll need to sign up for a Verizon Small Business Essentials plan. Make sure your domain is ready to transfer and supply the authorization code.
The details will vary slightly depending on your current domain registrar. But don't worry, it’s easy. Learn more in the Help Center.
What is a TLD?
TLD stands for ‘top-level domain’. It is the last part of the domain name. The most recognizable TLDs in the world are .com, .net
, and .org
. Other TLDs include .blog .cafe
What happens after I have registered my domain?
It’s time to get your website started. You can either create a domain starter page or sign up for a Websites plan. Domains can also be used to connect to your custom email.
Consider purchasing multiple domains related to your business name to protect your brand online.
What if the domain I want isn’t available?
If the domain that you really want for your business, hobby, or event is not currently available, do not worry. With hundreds of TLDs available through Verizon Small Business Essentials’ domain search, you still have a lot of options. Just search in the domain search bar and we are sure there will be a TLD that is a great match for you.
Should I register multiple domain names?
Yes! Your brand is very important to your business. Registering multiple domain names that relate to your business name will help keep your brand and domain protected. Signing up for Local
is another great way to protect your brand.
* Sale/introductory pricing is valid for the initial purchase term only. Product renewal pricing subject to change. All subscriptions are renewed automatically and your credit card will be charged according to our TOS. Domains only products are renewed 30-45 days in advance to avoid expiration.