23 Nov 2017 
Support Center » Knowledgebase » Domain Names » What is the difference between .com, .net, and .org domain?
 What is the difference between .com, .net, and .org domain?
Solution

The domain suffixes are intended to differentiate between various types
of organizations on the Internet. Generally, the following rules apply:
.com -- businesses and commercial enterprises .net -- network-related
organizations and enterprises .org -- charitable or non-profit
organizations The domain suffix type itself has no bearing on accessibility
on the internet from a technical standpoint, but over time the .com
domain type has become the most popular and recognizable on the
Internet.

You are free to use any extension.



Article Details
Article ID: 63
Created On: 15 Aug 2008 06:07 PM

 Back
 Login [Lost Password] 
Email:
Password:
Remember Me:
 
 Search
 Article Options

Home |  Sign Up |  Products & Services |  Online Support |  Submit Ticket

Copyright © 1999-2008 by Internet Planners LLC. Read our Terms and Conditions. All rights reserved.