Spotlight on the .CAM new gTLD

The .CAM new gTLD entered General Availability in December 2016.  The TLD is intended to benefit internet users by providing a designated namespace for people, organizations and businesses to provide websites and services related to cameras, photography, broadcasting, film-making and livestreaming.

Below are several examples of sites leveraging a .CAM domain:

Imagine and Inspire with a .DESIGN Domain

.DESIGN has successfully differentiated itself among the several hundred new gTLDs available to consumers. From the creative portfolio to the digital storefront, .DESIGN is a home for the innovators, for the changemakers, for those who can’t help but create. It is a collaborative and global community united through threads of artistic creation. The word "design" is tied to millions of people and billions of dollars of commerce and, to that end, owning a .DESIGN domain name will be a serious boost to one's personal and professional brand.

Spotlight on the .eco new gTLD

Coming in early 2017, .eco is one of the most anticipated new top level domains (TLD). It is the only mission-based, impact-focused TLD endorsed by the global environment community. The company behind .eco, Big Room, is also based here in British Columbia, Canada. We recently reached out to their team to learn more about their plans for .eco. Please enjoy the interview below:

Shop 'Til You Drop: Take Advantage of our Special .SHOP Promotion

Whether your business is in retail, manufacturing, wholesale, services, consulting, or any establishment that sells anything, the .SHOP domain name is the perfect domain name for your promotions and marketing. The domain is also great for individuals who simply love to shop or blog about sales. Global e-commerce continues to grow at a rapid pace. And the massive shift towards digital buying has made it crucial for brands to sell online. Now is the time to leverage a .SHOP domain!

Important Notice: New ICANN Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy

Effective December 1, 2016

Starting December 1, 2016, ICANN’s new transfer policy modifies the way registrant information can be changed for all gTLD domain names. This new policy affects resellers, registrars, and service providers who sell gTLD domain names, as well as, all gTLD domain name owners (registrants). This email serves as official notice to all our clients of the impending changes and provides links to helpful resources to assist everyone prepare as well as minimize the effect of this significant and sweeping new policy.