__/ [Eliosa] on Monday 21 November 2005 00:01 \__
> "Roy Schestowitz" <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> __/ [Eliosa] on Sunday 20 November 2005 01:47 \__
>> > Hello, I would like to transfer my domaine name to an other place.
>> > Can you recommend a good site.
>> > Thanks
>> Do you mean a "good host"? If so, I would warmly recommend my Web hosts,
>> Catalyst2 < catalyst2.com >.
> Now Are we aloud to use a .org for a commercial site?
Noone truly imposes restriction, not practically anyway especially as you
start off small(ish). I have a non-profit site (explicitly so), yet it is
a dot com because it was available and was easiest for people to remember
(being the most common suffix).
If you have long-term intentions of running the site as a commercial one,
be aware that you might offend a few people or be forced to move to the
appropriate level of the tree, namely .biz or .com (or regional equiva-
lents like co.uk).
People generally have an affinity for .org Web sites. They supposedly do
not sell anything. If you write articles or publish your material, you
might be perceived as more credible under the dot org. Finanical incen-
tives often contradict truths and put visitors off.
Hope it helps,
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