We are officially authorized to register org-domains by ICANN and Public Interest Registry. We register your org-domains
in an fast and reliable manner.
The org-domain is occasionally associated with the open source/free software movement, as opposed to the com-domains used mostly by companies. While it is true that many open source projects use org-domains (OpenOffice.org even has it in the product name), most org-domains do not qualify for this generalization, as the idea is not about software, but rather that the organization is likely to be a non profit one.
Other top-level domains such as com-domains or net-domains are associated with
commercial business, but the org-domain means "noncommercial" to the vast majority of
Internet users. Therefore, any organization whose primary focus is
noncommercial, such as philanthropic and cultural institutions; foundations;
health services; religious, civic, arts, social and fraternal organizations;
social and legal services; and clubs and community volunteer groups, should
have a org-domain and org-website. In addition, corporations should consider using the org-domain for
charitable activities and to protect their name; the site then can be
redirected to the com-domain or net-domain.
The org-domain brand provides:
But: In spite of the historic background as a domain for non-profit organizations there are no restrictions.
Anybody can register org-domains.
Trust: the org-domain conveys credibility. It is the home of groups that people turn to
for trusted information, guidance and support.
Valuable, well-intentioned: websites with org-domains are known for containing
valuable information and for representing worthwhile causes.
fundraising potential: customers, who owns org-domains, report that having a site with an .org
extension is best for online fundraising.
Targeting: The vast majority of Internet users associate "nonprofit" with the org-domain
You can register now org-domains with German Umlaut like ä,ö,ü.
Since July 2005 the registry of org-domains accepts IDN names for Danish, Hungarian, Icelandic, Korean (Hangul), Latvian, Lithuanian, Polish and Swedish. These new IDNs will be available on a "first come first serve basis".
Since spring 2007 Spanish Internationalized Domain Names (IDNs) are available for org-domains.