There are no restrictions on who can register a .ORG domain. .ORG is popular among both commercial and noncommercial organizations, community, sports, cultural institutions, and open source projects. .ORG is the third-largest gTLD, with nearly 10 million registered names according to the ICANN Dashboard. .ORG domains are recognized worldwide as the domain extension of choice for nonprofits, foundations, philanthropic and cultural institutions, religious, civic, arts, social and fraternal organizations, health and legal services, clubs and community groups. People expect to find these types of organizations at a .ORG domain.
Feel free to search but please do not register domain names unless you are a registered user or are instructed to do so.
For IDN's (internationalized domain names) use the IDN PUNYcode converter
Paste desired domain in your native language to convert from native language to punycode and vice-versa. *Note, the punycode converter relies on the data as provided by the known accepted character sets.
To REGISTER, after checking with the Punycode Tool, paste the domain name in your NATIVE language and click Search button. If results are suitable, Add desired IDN Domain Names to shopping cart. You can remove items from your cart at any time.
There is no 100% guarantee that a particular language can be properly represented with the punycode nomenclature. IDN Domain Names may be subject to future changes by the governing bodies. See this general reference.
Registering a .US domain gives you access to a very large pool of short & creative, search-friendly domains that tell all visitors that you are from the USA. As an added bonus, all .US domains are listed in the US Directory, promoting your business at low cost. Establishes your American identity online > Increase trust from American visitors > Get listed in the US Directory free.
Plenty of real estate for registering your unique branding or recognition needs. .COM domains are registered in more than 350 languages worldwide, and are globally recognized. As the standard for doing business online, local and global companies rely more on .com than any other domain to confidently connect with new customers and partners.
Countless businesses and ideas have thrived with a .net behind them. In addition to being an ideal extension for SaaS, network , communications, and eCommerce companies, .NET, a valuable complement or alternative to existing .COM's. As one of the first web domains, .net has the credibility that comes with experience to help businesses begin, grow and get their best shot online.
WebKor is a Tucows OpenSRS Registered Service Provider since 2001.
We prefer to consult with you before making purchasing decisions. If you prefer the Tucows OpenSRS Brand please contact us.
We save on web development and operational costs by providing brand-name security products at a lower cost than buying direct. We use brand names such as GeoTrust, Symantec, Comodo and Verisign for SSL Certificates and Code Signing Certificates as well as Malware Scanning services such as GeoTrust Anti-Malware, Symantec Safe Site & SiteLock™
*Sub-wholesale accounts available for larger portfolio's:
Beginning in January 2014, the registrant contact will need to be validated upon the purchase or transfer of a domain name OR if the registrant's first name or last name is modified. The “registrant” of a domain name is the person who is ultimately responsible for a domain name’s registry. If you work for a company, but do domain registries on behalf of your employer, typically the owner of the company is considered the “registrant” and you would be a technical contact or be assigning your tech’s information for “technical contact”.
This is one received by WebKor for one of our own Domain Names! As you can see they want $75 for a year which includes "seo submissions". SEO submissions are nothing more than a ripoff guaranteed to get you an endless bunch of spam and probably result in actually reducing potential good rankings for your domain name. SEO is something that should be carefully coordinated and involves much more than just submitting a domain to every search engine out there on the internet.
Have you received email or snail mail with "Registration Expiring" or something involving your domain name that looks peculiar? Some unscrupulous domain registration companies mine the WHOIS database and send spam/marketing emails that are often misleading and untruthful in order to get you to "renew" your domain name registration. Usually what this does is "transfer" your domain to these less-than-honest companies which DOES renew your domain name. Most domain name transfers add 1 year of life to the expiration date with only a couple of exceptions.