Category Archives: Partner Network

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You can usually find our team decked out in orange at conferences and hackathons throughout the year with tons of swag in tow. However, during the second week of December, we were ecstatic to team up with during Code Week. We welcomed to our Virginia office 20 students from Falls Church and Marshall Academies in Northern Virginia to help teach the fundamentals of coding apps for smart phones. Read More >

4 Things you Need to Know About .CO Premiums & Afternic


There are a lot of reasons to be excited about .CO domains at the moment. But one opportunity that hasn’t gone unnoticed is the increased use and sales of .CO premium names.  And now, with Afternic gaining access to the entire portfolio of .CO premiums, we are bringing the opportunity to gain commission from the sale of a premium name right to your fingertips.  With this announcement  – there are 4 things you need to know about .CO premiums & Afternic (because, you know, .CO is turning 4 this year!) Read More >

We Heart PPP’s


This week we’re celebrating the launch of Global Partnerships Week (GP3), an initiative launched by the US State Department to recognize the important role that public-private partnerships (PPPs) play in promoting diplomacy and development around the world. For one week every March, GP3 will strive to inspire public and private organizations to tackle major global challenges through different initiatives ranging from large-scale events to intimate networking gatherings. So, in honor of GP3, we’re giving a shout out to all of the PPPs that are part of the .CO family! Read More >

Why Dallas? (For Startups)


When you think of Dallas, what are the first things that come to mind? Some people think of the Dallas Cowboys, the popular TV show “Dallas,” or the airport that is on track to become America’s second-largest by 2022. But who thinks of Dallas as a thriving entrepreneurial hub? I’m happy to say that thanks to, one of our awesome partners, we do… and you should too.

People don’t consider the fact that Dallas is home to 18 Fortune 500 companies. 10,000 businesses have corporate headquarters there, and organizations such as Microsoft, PepsiCo, Samsung, and Ericsson have a major presence in the region. Close to 50 major restaurants are based in Dallas-Fort Worth, and there is an abundance of local high-tech talent too. What about the fact that Dallas is the fifth-largest market for self-employed workers and home to more than 25 billionaires who have chosen to reside and build companies there? Read More >