The perfect New gTLD for "green" companies -- or companies with the word 'green' in their name. Dot green is also great for bloggers who write about being "GREEN" and related topics. It may also be used to promote events, market merchandise, build online communities, promote fundraising efforts... the list goes on.
|Sunrise ||Now closed. |
|Landrush / EAP ||February 12, 2015 -- March 14, 2015 |
|General Availability ||March 24, 2015 |
If you've gone green, you undoubtedly want to let the world (well, at least your customers and potential customers) know about it. The new .GREEN gTLD extension is a great way to do this... for businesses dedicated to green ideas, concepts, innovations, and projects. Dot GREEN is perfect for recycling companies, green energy developers and providers, environmentalists and green energy advocates... basically any company that provides GREEN products and related services. This new gTLD is also great for companies that include the word "GREEN" in their name. This domain may be used to promote events, market merchandise, build online communities, promote fundraising efforts... the list goes on.
The goal of the new .green gTDL is to provide a new/better way for GREEN companies to make their websites easily identifiable to their clients--and to bolster confidence for their online audience. Registering a .green domain extension for your brand will help you grow your business, by letting the world know exactly who you are and what you do. And it will help enhance advertizing efforts and help you promote your business (or yourself) more effectively online, increasing search rankings. Be sure to get the .green domain name you want before it's taken.
Available renewal terms:
Are individual .green registrations allowed? | Yes
Will I need to provide additional information to register a .green domain name? | No
▼ Do restrictions apply to some .green domain names? | Yes
Names that match, contain misspellings of, or are recognizable variations of, any of the seven words identified in Federal Communications Commission v. Pacifica Foundation, 438 U.S. 726 (1978) are restricted.
Are IDNs available? | No
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