Hello all, Wanted to get feedback, appreciate your time. I have a potential name for a review site that comes in both .com and it's ICANN-era generic top-level domain (ex of those are .florist, .rodeo, .organic, .photography etc) Now my question is my traffic will be based on word of mouth, through social media and through business owners being a specific review site for a niche audience, not relying on much SEO as people looking for this information would know to go straight to this site vs searching for it. Is this something I should push for .com (ex. beautifulflorist.com) for SEO & easy recognition or be 'different' and push the brandable generic top-level domain extension (ex. beautiful.florist)? Can only build on one domain and wondering if I should do it on the .com or the domain extension TLD. Also interested in knowing has anyone seen or done any testing on generic top-level domain TLDs with SEO and does it optimize properly? Interested in hearing what you all have to say. Cheers. EDIT: Adding that I will have pages dedicated to locations throughout the world, and URL structure would be location + business name. Interested to know if the type of domain I choose above affects this structure/linkbuilding.