Are you on .top? Stay that way by renewing your .top domain by the end of the year for just $5.90.
Get a .info from now until the end of 2017 for $4.99 for the first year.
Sales of .press domains this May, on promo for $4.99, help support reporters around the world.
Rightside Registry is extending its service to better cover TMCH registrants
Well. At least you can have your .health. At Gandi. Get it in Sunrise or pre-order for GoLive.
You design it for $10.00 with a .design domain. Now until the end of June.
Get your .art before it enters the GoLive phase on Wednesday.
If you own a .info domain name, now's the time to renew it and if you've ever wanted a .info domain name, now's the time to get it. The reason is on July 1, 2017 at midnight UTC (which means June 30, 2017 at 5:00 PM PDT), prices on .info will be increasing by approximately 12% for all operations.
That means that, for example, a new .info domain at A rates will increase from the current price of $16.55* to $18.54*, the same for renewals.
*Prices in USD. See .info page for local prices
This morning, Tuesday April 25, 2017 at 7:00 AM PDT (14:00 UTC), .eco entered the GoLive phase. Domains in this TLD are now available for $95.44 per year* at A rates.
If Earth Day this weekend got you riled up to support the environment and ecological causes in general, we have good news for you. The new TLD .eco is now launching in the GoLive phase. The registry, the .eco Organization, is a non-profit representing a coalition of ecological partners including WWF and Greenpeace. They are partnering with Big Room, a certified B corporation, to bring .eco domains to the ecological community.
Since .eco is a TLD primarily for this community, the .eco label is reserved primarily for companies, institutions, and individuals dedicated to protecting the environment. As such, while anyone can register a .eco domain, it won't be activated by the registry until a profile has been created on the resgitry's website.
This process will entail three steps:
- When you register a .eco domain, you will receive an email (at the email address on your Gandi account) inviting you to create a .eco user account.
- Once your user account has been created, you will receive another email requesting that you complete your profile on the registry's website.
- When your profile is complete, a final email will confirm the activation of your domain name.
In between, should there be any delay in creating an account or completing your profile, for both steps one and two above, you will receive reminders three, seven, fourteen, and thirty days after creating your domain or creating your user account. You won't be able to use your domain until your account is created and your profile is completed.
Otherwise, if you don't want to or can't activate your domain immediately, you will be able to do so at any moment up to a year after the initial registration of your .eco domain name.
Register a .eco?
*Price in USD. See .eco page for local pricing.
There's no better way for an evening to devolve into bitter resentment like playing a simulated property-trading board game. And if you thought competing to buy and develop property was fun in your living room, the stakes are higher and the defeats more stinging in real life. It's a tough game, but now that .realty is the GoLive phase, it's a little easier for small realtors to fight the Uncle Pennybags of the world: domains in this TLD are now $15.56 per year at A rates*.
Of course, no monopoly is complete without absolute control over the local media market, but .observer, a TLD to help news organizations stand out, can help break down those barriers to entry, too. Now that it's in the GoLive phase, domains in the .observer TLD are also available for $15.56 per year at A rates*.
Register a domain under one of these TLDs?: