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What is .org?

The .org domain is a top-level domain introduced in 1985 originally intended for miscellaneous organizations who at the time didn’t fit into the other 6 domain TLDs which were created. Currently, the TLD is commonly used by non-profit organizations, open-source projects, communities, but the extension has no registration requirements and is open to registration by anyone. Fun Fact: the registry that manages the .org domain, Public Interest Registry, announced in 2009 they would be the first open generic top-level domain (and the largest registry overall) to sign it’s DNS Zone with DNSSEC.

Why Register a .org Domain?

Is your brand looking to make a positive difference in the world? Why not do that with the ever-popular .org domain. With over 10 million .org domains registered, this long-established extension is perfect for your new domain. With that many domains using the .org extension, now is the time to make your mark on the internet with the perfect .org domain.

Is the .org domain right for me?

Lots of good causes are associated with .org, so if you're looking to change the world, or just make it that much brighter, the .org domain extension is perfect for your content. Millions of websites use the .org domain, including leading charities, art museums, educational institutes, science & technology organizations, zoological firms, and more. If your mission is to do good in the world, the .org domain is right for you!

How to Choose a .org Domain Name? (5 Tips to Do It Right)


Stay simple

Don’t get complicated. An easy-to-remember domain is always best.


Keep it on-brand

Stay true to your brand. Be distinct but choose a domain your audience will recognize.


Add now

Don’t wait until it’s too late. That perfect domain could be gone by tomorrow if you don’t grab it now.


Drop the hyphens

Just because the internet is high-tech doesn’t mean your domain name should be.


Consider your options

Grab similar domain names to protect your brand: .net, .org, .co, or even .photo.

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Frequently Asked Questions about the .org TLD