This Week's Donuts' New TLD .CAMP is 'In Tents'

Dynadot
Mar 26, 2014

I know it's not Sunday Punday, but I just couldn't resist posting this fun pun! Launching all of these new TLDs has been an intense operation indeed, but this week's batch will allow us to relax in tents! Get to know .CAMP, .REPAIR, .EDUCATION, .INSTITUTE, and .GLASS, the newest TLDs to be available during Donuts' Early Access General Availability period starting today. This also means that last week's new TLDs - .SOLUTIONS, .SUPPORT, .TRAINING, .BUILDERS, and .EMAIL - are now available at regular price!

.CAMP is the perfect domain for any company, park, or outdoor enthusiast interested in camping. Share your knowledge, experiences, recommendations, and even advertise camping equipment all with your .CAMP domain. Get your .CAMP site today!

Whether you own an auto repair shop or have an online computer repair blog, the .REPAIR domain lets your customers easily find you online. With a .REPAIR domain you can create a unique and memorable domain name that shows that you are here to help. Register a .REPAIR domain today and extend your helping hand.

The .EDUCATION domain is perfect for educational institutions such as universities, colleges, schools, or anything related to learning. While .EDU is restricted, .EDUCATION is open to anyone, meaning a .EDUCATION domain also works for websites offering tutoring, online classes, and even information related to education. Get your .EDUCATION today!

Let your domain tell your customers what you're all about with .INSTITUTE. The .INSTITUTE domain is great for research institutes, academic institutes, art institutes or cooking institutes. Plus when you register .INSTITUTE for your institute, you save a few characters, making your domain name shorter!

.GLASS is the perfect domain to showcase your glass products. Vases, mirrors, windows, stained-glass, fiberglass, bottles and jars - these are just a few of  the many products you could feature on your very own .GLASS domain! Make your website clear to customers with .GLASS!

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