Get the .ORG Domain Name from Hover
You created a non-profit with the end goal of protecting the ocean. You know how difficult and time-consuming it can be running a non-profit. You organize volunteer beach-goers, snorkelers, and SCUBA divers to participate in ocean clean-ups. You collect donations from people interested in your pursuit of a pollution-free ocean and you send profits from your e-commerce merchandise shop towards similar initiatives. You fight a long battle against industries threatening the stability of the ocean and push forth your knowledge of how the ocean impacts our overall ecosystem. You need somewhere everyone on your team can congregate in the digital realm to gather resources and schedule meet-ups. You need a professional platform for your voice to be heard so that you can make a difference. That's why you need a .ORG domain name for your non-profit.
When you run an organization, you know the importance of building trust with your brand. You want buy-in for your community, cause, charity, or non-profit, and that requires a recognizable domain name affiliated with those types of organizations. Own a .ORG domain name to gather people towards the common goal of putting good out to the world.
Why own the .ORG Domain Name
The domain that brings people together. For over three decades, .ORG has helped organizations, companies, clubs, and individuals bring their causes to the global stage online. The .ORG domain name extension instills trust and credibility to your website through its strong associations with nonprofits and other organizations working towards social good. If you’re trying to make a difference online, .ORG is the perfect choice. Get your .ORG domain name from Hover!
A Little History about .ORG
The .ORG domain name is one of the original Top-Level Domains introduced in 1985. Since 2003, this domain name extension has been operated and managed by Public Interest Registry, a non-profit started by Internet Society for the purpose of managing this domain extension. Public Interest Registry is involved in many aspects of the Internet as it pertains to the public interest - from bringing access to third world countries, to involvement in policy, security, and more. The .ORG extension is the third most registered extension on the Internet, hitting the ten million mark in 2012. Though this Generic Top-Level Domain (gTLD) is open for registration by anyone, it is most commonly associated with organizations that serve a public good, such as those that are non-profit, charitable, or community-based.
.ORG Domain Name for your Non-Profit or Charity
If you run a non-profit or charity, you know the value a .ORG domain name can bring your efforts. Put your brand on a .ORG domain name to host meet-ups, gather volunteers, or collect funds and donations towards your cause.
.ORG Domain Name for your Cultural or Religious Organization
Run your cultural or religious centre on a .ORG domain name.
.ORG Domain Name for your Causes
Fighting for a cause, like an environmental initiative, takes effort. Put your website up on a .ORG domain name to gather members, post announcements, publish a calendar of activities, and more.
.ORG Domain Name for your Social Group
Your social group gets together to discuss the issues and make positive change. Gather everyone on a .ORG domain and have a platform for your voice.
.ORG Domain Name for your Club
You run a club - maybe it's for fun or maybe it's part of a bigger entity. Whether you manage a club of volunteers, or an official organization through a university, such as a sorority, if everyone is working towards a common, philanthropic good, make it known on a .ORG domain name.
What do I get with my .ORG domain?
- Available Terms 1–10 years
- WHOIS Privacy Supported Yes
- Transfer Lock Supported Yes
- Auth Codes Required for Transfer Yes
- DNSSEC Supported Yes
Tiered Price Supported
This domain extension supports tiered price domain names. Tiered pricing means that the domain registry has marked some some domain names within this extension as costing more or less than others. Tiered pricing domain names will appear with a blue star, and they have different registration prices than normal. Hover offers tiered pricing to give you the most options when it comes to buying domain names. Tier prices are determined by the registry, and not Hover.