Are you a web professional or a professional on the web? Well, this promotion isn’t for amateurs. From April 15, 2016 until May 14, 2016 (at 23:59 UTC), .pw — the TLD for the Professional Web — goes on sale for just $0.99 per domain per year. Compare that to $10.00 at A rates and you don’t have to be a pro to realize that’s an awesome deal.
Before the more than 1,200 new niche gTLDs like .beer, .coffee, .ninja, and .space, there were only just super generic TLDs like .com, .org, .net and country-specific ones like .us, .fr, and .co.uk. Back then, if you wanted a cool TLD, you had to get creative.
And thus, a crop of unintentionally significant domains became popular: .mx (the ccTLD for Mexico, but also short for “mail”), .io (the ccTLD for the British Indian Ocean Territory but also “Input/Output”) and .pw (the ccTLD for the Republic of Palaos, but also “professional web” or “password”).
Well, this month, we’re going old-school this month by offering the latter, .pw, for just $0.99 per year (it’s normally $10.00 per year at A rates), from February 1 through February 29, 2016 at 2:59 PM PST. And while .pw does stand for "password", your .pw domain doesn't have to be secret.
First, create your own virtual, infinite (or finite depending on your cosmological opinion) void with .space. Not only can this be used for outer .space, but would be great for, say, a coworking space, a hacker space, a maker space or just a blank space.
Next, .website and .site are both pretty straightforward, but could be especially useful for the webdevs out there. We can think of no better way to showcase your talents than a .site or .website domain.
And finally, secure your online .space, .site, or .website with a .pw.
All four of these gTLDs are currently available at a considerable discount from now until September 30, 2015.
The list is below, accompanied by the correspondingpromotional price of a one-year registration (as well as the normal A rates):