Domain Names - Domain Extensions

.ART domain name helps artists and businesses sell art online

by Daniel

.ART domain names are an intuitive choice for anyone looking to promote and sell their art work or services on the Internet. For artists, galleries, and businesses, .ART domains have made online art marketing easier than ever. Take a look at how these .ART domain names are being used to reach art markets around the world.

.CLUB domain names perfect for building online community

by Daniel

No other domain extension says, "We want you!" like .CLUB does. .CLUB domain names are helping businesses, organisation, and individuals around the world build online communities. And, now, .CLUB is accepting new members - at a reduced cost through the end of the year! Read on for details!

Register a .BLOG domain name and start promoting your blog

by Daniel

How do you drive traffic to your blog and stand out against all the competition? Registering a strong domain name is a good place to start. We think a .BLOG domain is the perfect way to promote any kind of blog. Just look at how .BLOG domain names are helping these bloggers get noticed.

.TW (ccTLD for Taiwan), a top choice domain for Asian market

by Daniel

.TW domain names are helping registrants boost their online presence in Taiwan, one of Asia's busiest Internet markets. These three businesses are leading the way, demonstrating how the .TW country code top-level domain (ccTLD for Taiwan) alerts search engines and users to content that targets Taiwanese Internet users.

Domain name hot tips: 2018's new TLDs for websites and blogs

by Daniel

And they're off! In 2018, we launched several new top-level domains (TLDs), providing you even more variety and choice. From industry specific to HSTS preloaded, we have new domain name options for every blog or website. Ensure a lasting web presence! Hot tips for finding a domain that will go the distance!

New top-level domains help fraudsters scam World Cup fans

by Daniel

The 2018 FIFA World Cup kicked off with fraudsters tricking fans into divulging personal details online. Their weapon of choice? New top-level domains that imitate the domain names used by official event partners and sponsors. But, as two recent reports indicate, this sort of malicious use of new TLDs is far from rare.

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