What is a .org.dm domain?
.org.dm represents the official domain extension or the internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) of Dominica. Registrants can be anyone or any company from anywhere in the world. No documentation is required. .org.dm is good for domain hacking though it is rarely used by website owners. Registry and administration is carried out by DotDM Corporation.
Why register a .org.dm domain?
- Thinking of expanding your business in Dominica? DM domain extension can help your company in many ways!
- Represent your company as a credible and trustworthy business.
- Attract a specific target market for your business expansion namely Dominicans. .org.dm website can boost your page’s organic traffic since you can use it for domain hacking.
- Domain name availability is vast. Register profitable keywords or generic words that are already registered in .COM or .BIZ.
- Protect your trademark. Even if you have already registered your brand name in .COM, further protection will be gained through .org.dm registration.
- Register shorter website URL addresses. These are advantageous in terms of quick user recall with SEO white hat benefits.
- Localize your website by using the local language of Dominica in the content, but your starting point should be the website address. It must end in a .org.dm suffix. Doing so will make your website more attractive to high quality local shoppers.
- Maximize the revenues of your company through highly targeted customers. More local customers will patronize your online store or business page if they can identify your company as a local one.
- Earn the trust of Dominican online shoppers. Most people try to avoid generic foreign websites because they fear of getting scammed. When your website has a .org.dm suffix, people will know instantly that you are a legit company.
- Country code domains are becoming popular and many big companies have started on using them. For example, Starbucks registered www.google.co.jp to expand their business in Japan. This made the company extremely popular in Japan even if the Japanese people are known for patronizing their own products.