The .NINJA domain is one of our favorite New Domains currently available. It’s quirky, memorable, and has a wide array of applications. If you need some ideas on how to use your own .NINJA domain, look no further than these real-life examples.
Germany-based art director, copywriter, and “advertising ninja” David Ka uses the domain theadvertising.ninja for his online portfolio. The beautifully designed website holds traditional content such as a resume, but delights the visitor with creative details including a “View my legend” section.
Website design and services company Blackninja uses the exact match domain black.ninja for their website, and boasts an impressive client list that includes Coca-Cola, Kimberly-Clark, and Avantia. Blackninja uses their websites as a hub for prospective clients who want to learn more about their business.
This Seattle-based escape room uses the website escape.ninja to sell tickets and advertise their business online. Although the business is called Ninja Escape, escape.ninja is a great alternative that is simple to remember and share.
Fontface Ninja is a free extension for Chrome, Firefox, and Safari that helps designers identify and purchase fonts that they see on other people’s websites. The tool also lets you hide images on the page completely so you can view the fonts on a blank background. The URL fontface.ninja is an exact match for their name, and is easy to remember.
The website battery.ninja is dedicated to testing and comparing the performance of different brands of batteries. With helpful charts that show the performance of different brands of batteries, as well as information about the various types of batteries available, this site is fascinating to browse and offers useful information.
No matter if you already have “ninja” incorporated in your website’s or business’s name, using .NINJA is a great way to add a unique spin to your online presence.