Open to all, registering a .pw domain is perfect not only to those living and working on the island country of Palau but also to those wishing to protect their brand or extend their businesses reach to countries within the Pacific Ocean.
.bn is the country code top-level domain for Brunei and registering a .bn domain can carry great advantages. It will allow your company or brand to maintain local web presence within the country and also has connections with the larger island of Borneo.
Registering a .sa domain name is recommended for individuals or businesses who are present in or connected to Saudi Arabia. .sa will allow you to reach a relevant and specific target audience.
If your business or brand targets the local people of Jordan, then register a .jo domain name. A .jo domain will increase local trust for your business and improve local search engine rankings.
If you are looking to form a connection between your business or brand and Kazakhstan, then register a .kz domain name. With no restrictions, it is available for anyone interested.
Sites relating to the water sport, surfing, can stand out by registering a .surf top-level domain.
.cm is the country code top-level domain for Cameroon but can also be used as an alternative to the popular .com. With a lower number of registrations than .com, it means there is more availability for names and also allows you to create a shortened domain for a .com you already own.
Connect with the country of Armenia through your own .am domain name. An alternative use is for AM radio broadcasting stations.
Become involved with ecotourism on the beautiful island country of Madagascar, or reach out to the local people via the web by registering a .mg domain name today.
.sj was a country code top-level domain initially reserved for Svalbard and Jan Mayen islands in the Arctic Ocean, however it is not currently used and registrations connected to these islands can go under the Norwegian ccTLD .no.