Show Your Canadian Side With A .CA!

Barry Coughlan
Dec 2, 2015

What does loving maple syrup, playing hockey, obsessively saying “sorry” and having a .CA have in common? They all show your connection to Canada! .CA is the ccTLD (country code top-level domain) for Canada, and with our .CA sale it is easier than ever for you to own a bit of Canada’s online real estate. Here are three reasons we put together on why you shouldn’t wait to register a .CA for your business:

Canadians love local

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It’s a fact that Canadians routinely prefer to buy Canadian when possible. Simply put, a .CA identifies you as Canadian online. So whether you are selling a product or a service, a .CA tells Canadian Internet users that you do business in their backyard. Google loves local as well and prefers to match searches to regional websites, meaning that having a .CA can also help give your website a boost in Canadian search rankings.

Canadians love online shopping

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Did you know that Canadian businesses sold more than $136 billion in goods and services online in 2013? E-commerce has exploded in Canada, so much so that Canadians have started heading online for Black Friday and Cyber Monday, traditionally American holiday pastimes. In fact, in 2014, over 1 million Canadians went online during the business days on Friday on Monday to try and grab the best deals!

The right website name is just a click away

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.CA represents Canada online, and with over 2 million .CA domain names registered, the community continues to grow. There are still plenty of great .CA names to register however, so you can rest assured knowing that is still available! Register a .CA today, .CA on sale now for $7.99 though 12/31/15 23:59 EST! Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to set up your own online Canadian storefront!

Please note that registrants of .CA domains must meet certain Canadian Presence Requirements

Post by Barry Coughlan