CATEGORY: Name

Bottoms Rupp | .LIVE domains for a steal

If you haven’t already realized this by now, we’ll say it plain and clear: we’re pretty huge fans of .LIVE domain extension here at Name.com. After all, what’s not to love about it? From branding your Periscope or Twitch channel to putting a fun spin on your wellness website’s URL, there are tons of interesting ways .LIVE domains can be used.

To share our enthusiasm for this awesome New Domain, we’re offering a serious discount on .LIVE registrations during this week’s Bottoms Rupp sale.

5 reasons to transfer to Name.com

You have a lot of choices when it comes to who you choose to register domains, host your websites, and bolster your online security with. But if that registrar isn’t us, well, we think you’re missing out. We try to go above and beyond to make your experience with us great by offering free tools, providing you with awesome support, and making transferring domains and services to us virtually painless.

Here’s just few of the perks you’ll get when you transfer to Name.com.

Enter our Embarrassing .FAMILY Photo contest and you could win a GoPro HERO+!

This time of year is a good reminder that your family is, well, a little colorful. But rather than letting it remind you of your embarrassing childhood or the cringeworthy hairstyle you rocked back in 5th grade, now is the time to embrace your family and all of their quirks.

Enter our Embarrassing .FAMILY Photo contest, in honor of .FAMILY’s upcoming release, and you could win a GoPro HERO+, an Amazon Echo, subscriptions to Ancestry.com, and more!

go to the contest page

Calling all NGOs—your domain name is waiting!

Our friends at the Public Interest Registry (PIR)—who are most commonly known for bringing you the .ORG domain space—have unveiled two more relevant domains for Non-Governmental Organizations. In this post, they explain how .NGO and .ONG can be used and how you can secure these domains for your own website.

Non-Governmental Organizations help to make our world safer, cleaner, and better for everyone. But there has never been an easy way for NGOs to prove their validity in the crowded online world. Until now…