The perfect New gTLD for non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that conduct a large portion of their businesses in areas of the world where English is not the primary language.
|Sunrise ||March 17, 2015 -- April 16, 2015 |
|Landrush / EAP ||April 21, 2015 -- May 5, 2015 |
|General Availability ||August 4, 2015 |
If you are a business owner, specifically a non-governmental organization, the new .ONG gTLD is just for you. This new extension is an alternative for non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that do a majority of their businesses in areas of the world where English is not the primary language--in the US we use the term "non-governmental organization," but in many other countries/regions do not. For example, in France they use the term “Organisation Non Gouvernementale,” while in Spanish NGOs are called “Organización No Gubernamental.” And these are just two example. In these other countries, the term NGO, or non-governmental organization, may not translate and/or resonate. But the term "ONG" works perfectly as an option-- so the new .ONG domain extension is a great alternative for non-governmental agencies all over the world. Now you may registger "orgnaization.ong" domain names for your business, to strengthen your online footprint, making it easier for your customers and prospects to find you online.
The goal of the new .ong gTDL is to provide a new/better way for non-governmental organizations to make their websites easily identifiable to their clients--and to bolster confidence for their online audience. Registering a .ong 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 .ong domain name you want before it's taken.
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Are individual .ong registrations allowed? | Yes
Will I need to provide additional information to register a .ong domain name? | No
▼ Do restrictions apply to some .ong 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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