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.org

(ORGanization) A top-level Internet domain used by associations and non-profit organizations mostly in the U.S. and Canada. However, the .org domain name is not restricted, and it is widely used by for-profit companies as well. See Internet domain name.
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Ilene Eisen, CPA and owner of Monterey-based ie Solutions bought the dot-org domain name because all of the dot-coins and dot-nets with her name were taken.
You don't need to be a big business to have your own dot-com or dot-org.
CADNA's study, which tracked 17,000 randomly selected Dot-ORG, Dot-COM and Dot-NET domain names after their scheduled expiration on September 18th, 2007, found that 100% of the Dot-COM and Dot-NET domains were instantly registered after they were released.
Wholesale registration fees that the dot-org registry charges companies to sell domain names are currently $6 per year.
Now, in addition to dot-com, dot-org and dot-net, a new top level of domain (TLD) for accredited accounting professionals is being developed: the "dot-pro" designation.
The development of the dot-bank name is an outgrowth of the 2008 decision of ICANN to open up the Internet to thousands of additional top-level domains in addition to existing ones such as dot-corn and dot-org.
Some of the students did give more credibility to websites ending in dot-gov, dot-edu or dot-org.
org, one of the leading dot-org websites on the Internet, or by following PBS on Twitter, Facebook or through our apps for mobile devices.
Online users have spoken: they expect businesses to be reachable via dot-COM and they won't go through the trouble of trying to locate a destination at dot-NET, dot-ORG or dot-INFO.
Says Paula Apsell, senior executive producer for WGBH/NOVA, "With the power of television to extend our message into eighty-six million living rooms each week, one of the most visited dot-org websites in the world, the local reach of three hundred forty-eight member stations across the U.
based Public Interest Registry (PIR) assumed control as dot-org domain registry operator and was scheduled to complete technical switchover by month's end.
us domain for wider use, essentially making it a "top level" domain like dot-com or dot-org.