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For service providers. For directories. For everyday people.
End your visitors’ search with an inviting online address.
To someone in need, "help" can be the most welcome word in the English language. Whether operating a new tool, navigating a software application, or dealing with tough issues in our personal lives, finding a reliable source for assistance can make all the difference. Who couldn't use a helping hand every once in a while?
Technology and the Internet have introduced a flood of helpful information and functionality for users – from wikis to live chat. Ironically, these advances have also increased the pace at which we need to learn, adapt, and keep up. The good news is, for every question or challenge, new help and guidance is consistently surfacing online.
.help will be the world's online hub of supportive content and resources to positively serve Internet users. Offering assistance on a variety of channels, .help will showcase useful content and technologies as well as businesses in service professions such as healthcare, therapy, charity, and advice.
By appending ".help" to your domain name, you are telling wary online travelers that your website is the destination they've been searching for. Whether you have services, products, or information to satisfy their needs, you will be clearly and quickly communicating the purpose of your website, a kindness that your customers will thank you for.
With the rules of technology and the Internet constantly changing, the need for current and accurate online help for users will always be in demand. .help will become the best platform for the businesses and services that deliver this assistance to get their offering in front of those that need it, when they need it.
Why does the world need the .help TLD?
The .com space is exhausted of meaningful names. Perform a quick attempt to find a domain for a new venture, and you will immediately see how Internet naming, as it stands today, is limiting the creation of new brands. We are forced to a) restrict our brand name based on the remaining available .com names, b) seek out a name in the unpredictable secondary market, or c) settle for a mediocre domain name that threatens our visibility and credibility on the Internet.
As an increasingly tech-savvy population continues to find new ways to connect and do business online, good names will only get more and more difficult come by. New, specialised gTLDs, like .help, are the answer. They will introduce a whole new realm of highly relevant and intuitive naming alternatives for registrants to tap into.