Forget .com or .net — get a .tech address for 10 years for just $39.99

Forget .com or .net — get a .tech address for 10 years for just $39.99

If you’ve tried to land yourself a cool domain name for a new website during the past decade, you’ve probably encountered an inconvenient hurdle — all the good domains were scooped up ages ago. Now, your options for a .com or .net domain name that don’t include strange abbreviations, spaces, or an impossible to remember word salad are pretty limited.

Instead, be a pioneer on a new frontier and expand to the .tech world. You can join Microsoft (rewards.tech), the Consumer Electronics Show (ces.tech), and even our own TNW (tnw.tech) by locking down a .tech domain name with a 10-year license right now for just $39.99. It’s an 84 percent savings off the regular price.

If your venture is in tech realm, you can’t do better than a domain that encapsulates your forward-thinking status. Meanwhile, you also win on the practicality front, scoring a short or memorable domain that’s infinitely marketable and customer-friendly.

The relatively pristine state of .tech addresses also means you can pick up plenty of related addresses to funnel even more searchers back to your site. Why stop at AwesomeWidgets.tech when you can also get folks at awesome.tech, widgets.tech, and a host of other similar domains? Get ‘em all and you’ll make it even easier for you and your products to be found.

If you’ve already got a popular .com or .net site, now you can even pick up the same address in the .tech space and further extend your brand.

It usually costs about $50 to keep a domain name registered, a fee you’ll pay annually to retain your patch of cyberspace. With this limited time offer, you can conveniently cover yourself for a decade at your .tech address at less than what others pay for a single year.

And in case your plans are a little more short-term, you can also pick up 1-year ($2.99) and 5-year ($24.99) subscriptions at equally slick savings while this deal lasts.

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