.wiki domain names
It's estimated that there are over 1 million public & private wikis, and a .wiki domain extension is the best name to have for them.
With a .wiki you will have the ability to clearly title the nature of your project or forum, i.e., that it is open and collaborative to those interested or qualifying to participate, and/or the general public. This is the case for both independent projects and corporate wikis.
Why register a .WIKI
- For the Enthusiast to share their passion
- For Companies to promote their in-house wiki
- Best extension for a wiki website
- A short & memorable domain extension
Available for only £29.99/pa
Still not sure?Who should register a .WIKI?
A .wiki is the perfect domain extension for sites that are involved with gathering, growing & sharing information online – no matter what the subject is. If you want to have a website where people can collaborate together – to add, modify or delete content then a .wiki is the way to go for you.
A wiki website invites all users to edit any page or to create new pages within the wiki Web site – and having a .wiki domain extension for such a website immediately lets people know what type of site it is, and that then can take part and become part of the community.