business, civic group, or personal story is rooted in
America. Show your pride and share it with others. Your
.US address will help tell your American story in ways that
draw visitors in and keep them coming back.
gives you greater chances of getting exactly the domain
name you want—not some modified version that’s
harder for people to find. Make it easy for people to find
your brand, organization, or you.
engines tend to rank websites with .US more highly for
searches in the US. That’s a real plus for any
business or organization whose web traffic is mostly
Your US-Based Business
show that Americans like to buy American, especially
from small or local companies. You’ve seen plenty of
products bearing the “Made in America” label. Get the
web address that says the same thing about your business.
Your Cause and Country
you’re advancing a worthy cause or a civic group, a .US
address says you’re making your community and your
country stronger. Patriotism comes in all shapes and
sizes. Showcase yours.
“US” about You
meaning United States, “US” also refers to couples,
families, or any other group. So get creative.
Imagine a wedding site: Ann-Russ.us. Or a page for your
annual family reunion: WhoElseBut.us. The possibilities are
endless, plus a lot of fun.
are all things we very much appreciate about America's
ccTLD. The .US Registry's About.us
website looks great and has a lot of excellent
information that make it a perfect starting point
for anyone who is not already familiar with .US and
wants to learn more about it.
that glitch that prompted the sender to direct me to
.US Benefits page in the first place, it
involves the blue .US pennant at the top (that
serves as a link to the home page), about a third of
the way across the page. The graphic is overlapping
the first introductory line so some words are not
visible. Should be an easy fix and we'll delete this
paragraph when it's done. The only reason I made it
part of the initial story is because it illustrates
how much pride .US users have in their
country's official domain extension. They like
how it looks and they love what it represents,
so if something is off, they will certainly let you
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