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World’s Third Largest Generic Top-Level Domain, .ORG Hits Milestone as Registrations. The registrant of .ORG Domans, The Public Interest Registry has just announced that .ORG has completed 9 million domain name registrations.
.ORG, The Public Interest Registry has achieved 10.3 pecent growth compared to 2010. The .ORG is still favorite among consumers, which keeps it place as world’s third largest generic Top Level Domain (gTLD). “Hitting the 9 million registration mark is a testament to both .ORG’s reputation and its impact within the Internet community,” said Brian Cute, CEO of .ORG, The Public Interest Registry. “.ORG remains a community-driven platform and has become the domain of choice for organizations, individuals, and companies to channel their passion toward a shared purpose with their community.”
Do you know which domain was first .ORG registration? The mitre.org was the first .ORG registration. The .ORG has continuously increased its Domains Under Management (DUM) in the last five years. There was 3.0 million .ORG was in 2005, and now it turns 9 Million. The .ORG is the trusted domain of choice for a vast range of non-profits, associations, international corporations involved in cause marketing, open source software developers, and arts communities. .ORG is also favorite choice among consumers to build online communities and other organizations.
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