Should a website logo include the TLD ".net"?
Background to my specific case:
I'm in the process of redesigning / relaunching a website, which includes redesigning the site logo. The site is moving to a new domain name, where it used to be hosted as a subsite on another company's site.
The site's logo is fairly simple text with colours, where the text matches the new domain name. It's included at the top-left corner of all pages on the site.
- The old URL was (oursite).(hostingsite).com. The new URL is (oursite).net.
Nobody owns (oursite).com - it's not a URL that exists at the moment.
- Edit: Based on the feedback below I registered (oursite).com. Now I have to choose which of .com and .net to use as the primary site name...
- I will of course have redirects in place for all pages on the old site to corresponding pages on the new site.