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Secure your brand online, drive site traffic and cater to customers with a .CA

Score your desired domain name

With only around 3 million .CA domain names registered – as opposed to over 160 million .com domains, there’s a far better chance the domain you want for your business is available as a .CA!

Get found in local online search results

Your .CA domain name tells Google that your business and website are Canadian. This helps make it far more relevant to visitors searching for local Canadian results.

Create a localized shopping experience for your customers

A .CA domain tells your customers that you charge in CAD dollars, ship to Canada, pay and collect Canadian taxes and you're a local Canadian business.

What are .org domain names?

.org domain name helps you become a well-established brand of trust and integrity. One of the original top-level domains (TLDs), it became the choice for organizations dedicated to serving the public interest. Today, .org domains are considered some of the most trusted on the internet and tailor-made for non-commercial entities like:

  • Non-profits
  • Foundations
  • Cultural institutions
  • Religious organizations

If you’re operating one of these, people expect to find you in the .org community. However, commercial organizations can also benefit with a .org domain linked to the business’ charitable arm while other domain names protect the brand.

What can a .org domain do?

If you’re looking to buy .org, you likely have a unique set of goals compared with other organizations online. It’s not about profits and losses or buying and selling. The .org domain is about the measure of good you bring into the lives of each individual you serve. It can help you:

  • Build trust. .org conveys credibility. It’s the domain people most commonly associate with charities and other non-profit institutions.
  • Educate people. .org websites are known for containing valuable, unbiased information that helps people understand important issues.
  • Improve fundraising. Having a site with the .org extension is considered best for online fundraising.
  • Target audiences. The vast majority of internet users associate .org domains with non-profit organizations and humanitarian causes.

Anyone operating a non-profit will tell you that every little bit helps when it comes to finding support. And the .org domain extension can be an extra boost. Like a searchlight, it reaches the farthest corners of the internet and helps you find your people to rally them around a cause.

Looking back at the history of .org domains.

The .org domain traces its roots back to 1985, when it and six other domains (.com, .us, .edu, .gov, .mil and .net) were introduced to replace the strings of numbers used to designate web addresses. The very first organization to register .org (in July 1985) was a federally funded research institution operating in the eastern United States.

Since that first registration, total .org domain names have grown from less than a million in the 1990s to more than 10 million just a decade later. Today, there’s no formal requirement that only non-profits can buy .org, but it’s generally understood to be for charitable work.

Advance your cause with a dot org web address

Where would the world be today if it weren’t for organizations (like yours) working tirelessly to make the world a better place? Good thing there’s people like you. When you’re looking to register .org, please keep in mind a few things:

  1. You’re awesome. Thank goodness for people dedicated to a cause like yours. So, thank you, in advance, for all the amazing things you’re about to do with your .org domain name.
  2. Don’t hesitate. Apparently doing good is a popular activity. There’s a chance someone else out there has an idea similar to yours and they’re getting ready to buy .org for themselves. Get there first.
  3. Welcome to the community. You’re about to become part of a global force of over 10 million people, all working hard to do great things and make this world a better place. Congratulations on your membership.

6 Tips for Finding the Perfect Domain Name

Keep It Short

While there is no minimum length for a domain name, the best ones are under three words. Longer website names are harder to read and won’t stand out.

Less Is More

Avoid hyphens, numbers, slang, and easily misspelled words in your domains. Complex elements like these will make your website address much harder to reach and remember.

Search Domain Availability

Before choosing your perfect domain name, check domain availability to make sure it isn’t already registered. Also, it’s a good idea to verify if another entity hasn’t trademarked the name.

Include Your Brand Name

A great domain name for your website or online store should include your brand name or the target keywords for your niche. A search result with a keyword in the site name will offer better brand recognition and increase your website’s traffic.

Think Locally

While many people favor .com domains, you may want to buy a country-specific domain like .ca or .co.uk or .de – especially if you target a particular country.

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Domain Name FAQs

Find answers to frequently asked questions about our domain name checker tool and the domain registration process

A domain name is similar to the online version of a home address in real life. It's how people can find your website.

Webio.Host is a domain, just like Google.com and Facebook.com. Ideally, a domain should be registered under the same name as the brand it’s representing.

It is important to have domain names to help potential visitors find your site. Without assigned website names, we would only be able to access them by entering their IP address.

With keywords and brand names in domains, it is much easier for people to look up websites and find what they are looking for online.

Choosing and buying the best option isn't just about finding an available domain. There are some standard best practices to keep in mind before you look up a domain name and register it.

Length. Keep it short. Two to three words is ideal.

Simple. Don’t use any lengthy or hard-to-spell words.

Keywords. Include a keyword from your niche. For example, if you sell coffee beans in Seattle, try Seattlecoffeebeans.com.

Avoid numbers. Numbers are hard to remember and make everything more complex.

Brand name. Register a domain with your brand name in it for maximum recognition.

No, once you register a new domain you cannot change it. However, you can purchase a new domain name and move your website there.

The minimum registration period for domain names is one year. With Webio, you can also register .com, .net, .org, and other domains for up to three years if you know you’ve found the right domain name.

If you want to remain the current owner of your domain and make sure that it is always registered to you and your website, we recommend setting up automatic renewal.

No. The www in front of a URL is not a part of your domain – it's a subdomain.

If you do add www in front of your registered domain name, the final website address will look something like this: www.wwwexample.com. For that reason, you should only enter the exact words you want to appear in the domain.

Using the website domain checker is as easy as typing your perfect domain name into the search bar at the top of the page to find out if it's available.

From there, you can follow the steps to purchase that domain, get it registered, and even get a hosting plan to go with it.

At Webio, there are no special requirements for domain registration. We only require basic contact information and a valid payment method.

You don’t even have to be an existing customer of ours if you want to use Webio’s domain checker and buy a domain. You register your domain with us but point it to another hosting provider.

Of course. When you register a domain, it belongs to you – and not the company that you registered it with.

It is easy to use our domain transfer service to switch to Webio. We will walk you through every step of the process.

TLD stands for top-level domain. It is the final part of any domain like .com, .org, or .gov.

ccTLD stands for country-code top-level domain. It is a subcategory of TLDs used to identify a particular country – for example, .co.uk, .de, .mx, and .fr are all ccTLDs.

gTLD stands for generic top-level domain. gTLDs are the most common type of domain name, in part because this category includes .com domains, which have more registrations than all ccTLDs combined.

Historically, the main gTLDs were .com, .org, .net, .edu, .gov, and .mil, but the number of available gTLDs has been expanded with the addition of TLDs like .online, .xyz, and .name.

Webio offers instant domain registration and activation, so you can be sure that your new domain will be ready to use straight away.

We’ve made the process as quick as possible – it only takes a couple of minutes to go from checking domain name availability to successfully registering a domain.

If you check domain availability and the name has already been registered, you can try another extension. Often, the most popular extensions are already taken, but country-specific extensions such as .co.uk, or less common ones like .xyz or .online might still be available.

Privacy protection is sometimes called WHOIS protection because it hides certain information about a domain name's owner that would otherwise be discoverable through a WHOIS lookup.

Privacy protection lets you replace your name, address, phone number, email address, and business name with a set of generic, non-identifiable information.

Each gTLD carries a slightly different meaning, so it’s usually best to pick one that’s most relevant to your website.

Domain names ending in .com are commonly used for commercial purposes, although they’re becoming the default option as they imply a certain amount of trust. .net domains were originally used by networking companies, such as internet service providers, but are now multipurpose.

Domains ending in .org are still largely used as originally intended – as the gTLD for charities, communities, and local organizations. Meanwhile, .info is aimed at information-based websites such as wikis and tutorial sites.

With all of these gTLDs, there's a certain amount of wiggle room. There’s no rule saying you have to use one type of domain name or another. Think of the above information as guidelines.

Think of your domain name as your address and web hosting as the physical structure. If you want to launch a website, you'll need both a domain that people can use to find you and hosting to store the actual website.

While it’s technically possible to have one without the other, they work best together. This is why many hosting companies offer domain names and many registrars offer hosting services.