Islands, Germany, farmers and more.

Some domains have one purpose. Not .ag. First, it's the country code for Antigua and Barbuda, two beautiful Caribbean islands. And if your company or interests lie in those two islands, then you don't have to read further. But what if you're a business from Germany? Turns out that Aktiengesellschaft — the German term for "corporation" — is abbreviated with AG, so a .ag domain makes a lot of sense for you. And if you're in the agriculture field, .ag domain also works, as it's often used to abbreviate the term. And finally — domain hacks. If you've got a company name that ends in AG, then think of how cool a .ag domain would be. Basically, .ag is a domain with a lot of range. Who would complain about that?