.WORKS Domain Info
|Registration Price||starting at $39|
|Registration Period||1 Year|
|Multi-Year-Registration||up to 10 Years|
|Domain Privacy||» available|
|Web Apps||» available|
|Restrictions||» Domain Guidelines|
|Restore||possible (» Pricelist)|
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Succeed with the .WORKS Domain
Advertise job openings and career fields with the .WORKS extension
The job search process has becoming increasingly digital, with more workers turning to the Internet to find their next job. Employers, companies and human resources firms can expand their pool of candidates by advertising openings with a .WORKS domain. The extension is straightforward and clear, meaning candidates will have little to no trouble identifying what they might find on a .WORKS site.
Creatives thrive with a .WORKS domain
Other candidates for a .WORKS site include creatives working in art, graphic design, photography and so on. Individual artists as well as institutions and museums can celebrate works of art and design with a global audience. This helps expand the reach of art beyond the people who can make it to a show or exhibit. Not just that, but a more specific domain name can help increase sales of works of art as well as tickets to exhibits.
Governments communicate with the .WORKS extension
One of the struggles of local governments is keeping constituents up to date on new and ongoing public works projects. The new .WORKS domain helps governing bodies eliminate confusion among the public, especially when it comes to when a project will start and finish. For example, if a highway is undergoing construction, the public works department can employ the .WORKS domain to share any updates. That way, everyone can stay in the loop on any developments or changes.
Free With Registration
|URL Forwarding:||Included (Free)|
|Email Forwarding:||Included (Free)|
|DNS Management:||Included (Free)|
|Web App Connection:||Included (Free)|
Premium Names Available
Premium domain names are available for the .WORKS domain extension. These Domain Names carry an increased cost of registration, and may be higher than the standard registration price. They are considered more valuable than other domains because they are based on common words or phrases people often use in their online searches. The premium classification is determined by the domains' registry.