.ORG is Now Available in Chinese, Hindi, & Cyrillic Versions With These New TLDs: .机构, .संगठन, & .орг

Dynadot
May 27, 2014

.ORG is the well-known domain extension that people turn to to find credible information, get involved, and fun causes online. It has become known as the TLD for non-profit organizations, foundations, and institutes. Now, .ORG is being released in three different language versions: Chinese, Hindi, and Cyrillic. These three new TLDs allow users for the first time to register their domain name completely in their own language.

A .ORG domain name communicates trust, credibility, and community interest. Now, you can create that same trust, credibility, and community interest in the Cyrillic, Hindi, and Chinese-speaking communities.

.机构 is the perfect place for individuals and organizations to promote their causes in Chinese and connect with Chinese-speaking markets. Since there are over 1.4 billion people that speak and write some form of Chinese, .机构 is a huge opportunity. If your target audience speaks Chinese, .机构 will help you reach many more people.

.संगठन is the perfect place for individuals and organizations to promote their causes in native Devanagari script and connect with Hindi-speaking markets. With over 600 million Hindi speakers worldwide, .संगठन is a great opportunity. With .संगठन, you will be able to maximize reach and to your target audience and advance your cause.

.орг is the perfect place for individuals and organizations to promote their causes in Russian Cyrillic script and connect with Russian and other Slavic-speaking markets. Russian Cyrillic is one of the most widely used alphabets in the world, with 250-300 million people using it for their native language in Europe and Asia.

Since all three of these new TLDs were just released, you'll not only be able to reach your supporters and promote your work in their native language, you'll also be able to get the domain name that describes you and your work best. Register your Chinese, Hindi, or Cyrillic version of .ORG today!

Please note that each of these new TLDs only support domain names in their own language.

Post by Robyn Norgan

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