.INC : the solution to your business’ domain name struggle.

By Zoe Varga 

What comes first, the domain name or your brand name?

For many entrepreneurs this is a tricky question. Finding the perfect name for your business is a personal and thoughtful decision. That comes crashing down when the domain name you want isn’t available. Here is where .INC domains come in.

.INC is a premium domain extension for businesses that want to be taken seriously. As .INC is relatively new and priced for businesses there are millions of fantastic names currently available to you.

Join the league of innovative businesses (including successful startups and Fortune 500 enterprises) from all around the world who have claimed their .INC domain. No matter your industry or location, if you are a business that wants to have a professional web address the .INC extension can work for you.

.GAY is proud to be different

By David Gold

Despite less than a year on the market, .GAY is currently one of the most interesting domain extensions. With its community-centric approach, .GAY is going above and beyond domain-industry standards to elevate and protect LGBTQ people online.

Every June, LGBTQ communities and allies join together to remember the 1969 uprising in New York City when the crowd at the Stonewall Inn fought back against abuse and oppression. Like the rainbow flags that brighten windows in homes and businesses in June, the .GAY top-level domain extension is like a digital Pride flag for your website.

Since its long-awaited launch to the public in September of 2020, .GAY has been all over the news, released its own web series, and worked with global LGBTQ luminaries like Star Trek actor George Takei, pop superstar Adam Lambert, and pioneering tennis icon Billie Jean King. So far, more than 10,000 .GAY domain names have been registered by artists, entertainers, nonprofits, SMBs, global brands, and proud community members who want to help create a vibrant, more-inclusive internet for LGBTQ people.

Here’s what makes .GAY different and why you should get your own .gay domain.