Why choose a .support domain?
.support is memorable, versatile, and relevant. With no country association or obvious domain hacks, this generic top-level domain (TLD) is perfect for customer support websites, support groups, causes, charities, and more.
.support facts, stats & history
.support was first made available to the public in 2013 and is managed by Donuts, a US-based registry service. The extension currently has over 30,000 registrants—a number which is likely to grow in the future.
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Is .support right for you?
What makes .support such a beneficial domain extension is that it's specific and versatile at the same time. It's suitable for any business, organization, or person that provides support, and can help you reach targeted audiences online.
Ideas for your .support domain
A .support domain name is ideal for businesses that offer customer support, support groups, causes, charities, and so much more. If you offer some kind of support, whether online or in-person, .support could be the right choice for you.
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FAQ - Learn more about .support domains
.support is a generic top-level domain (TLD) that's ideal for support groups, causes, charities, and businesses offering customer support.
A .support domain extension can help you build a branded website right from the get-go. It's unique, memorable, and versatile.
There are no limits to who can buy a .support domain name. If the name you want is available, you can buy it.
Yes, of course! You can buy your branded .support domain names through Shopify.
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