.ORG is one of the oldest and most trusted domain extensions out there. It’s a domain ending that a number of nonprofits, educational centers, and other upstanding businesses use for their websites. But .ORG does a lot more than simply giving your website that extra boost of credibility—it also works to provide education and internet freedom to communities around the world.
Why major brands are turning to .DESIGN
Facebook. Airbnb. Uber.
All of these companies have made waves in the past few years by creating business models that had never been seen before. As respected thought leaders, others have taken cues from their ideas and hundreds of similar businesses and products have sprung up in response.
New Domains for city dwellers around the world
ccTLDs, or domain extensions that represent specific countries, have been around and adopted for many years. What people don’t know is that there are now New Domains that reflect some of the major cities around the world. These are just a few of the options out there.
An investment firm finds a domain that reflects its values
6 domains perfect for globe trotters
Summer is the perfect time for an adventure, which is why people around the world are planning their next big trip. If you’ve got the travel bug, take a look at any of these domains that are excellent choices for sharing your adventures with an online audience.
Looking back at one year of .STORE
New Domain Ninjas | Live music, live streaming, and B2B social
As we say farewell to May, we’re back with a few more examples of how Name.com customers are using New Domains to accomplish great things online. Check out these websites that are pushing the envelope.
Have a .EU website? Apply for the .EU Web Awards
Know anyone with a great .EU website? It’s time they get some well-deserved recognition.
Live streaming platform Stream explains their switch to a New Domain
3 New Domain alternatives for legacy TLDs
When New Domains made their debut several years ago, a new world of ultra-specific domain extensions gave us unique new opportunities to define ourselves online. But what about those who want to stick to a more generic domain?