This article was originally published on April 21, 2015, and was updated on April 19, 2020.
In the first season of The Muppet Show, Kermit was quick to tell us that “it’s not easy being green.” Well, he may have had a point back then, but now it’s easier than ever to start thinking green — especially with a .green domain name.
You’re on the up and up when it comes to global warming. You’ve tracked your carbon footprint and you’re aware of your energy consumption.
With Earth Day around the corner, a website address that ends in .green is a great way to showcase that mission.
Green living at a glimpse
A .green domain name can immediately identify you as earth-friendly. From the moment people see your website address, they’ll know you embrace environmental causes.
Whether you manufacture wind turbines, design LEED-certified buildings, blog about sustainable farming, or volunteer planting trees from coast to coast, use .green to show the world what you do. Plus, .green is perfect for a companion website about your company’s earth-friendly practices.
Securing your own .green domain name is just another natural step in this environmental movement.
A domain name that sticks
The .green domain is exclusive and relatively new to the domains market, so you’ve got a fantastic chance of securing a shorter, more memorable web address that still holds true to your green identity.
Going .green means you can select a universally recognized domain name with an emphasis on bettering our environment — all without compromising the length and ingenuity of your name.
With your one-of-a-kind domain name in hand, it makes it that much easier to start the conversation about going green.
Ready to go .green? Give it a try:
Green means business
If you’re looking to boost your online presence, .green might be the way to go. A recent Google search for the term “green” showed more than 25 billion (yes, with a “b”) results.
With so many people out there looking to go green, it’s prime time to capitalize on this ever-growing market. A Nielsen study found that “the majority of consumers will pay more for products offered by socially and environmentally conscious firms, while the majority of employees prefer to work for these firms. This is increasingly true for younger stakeholders.”
Being environmentally conscious pays in more than one way — and you want to be sure your customers know you’re aware of the trend. You can gain that recognition and build green credibility for your business online with a .green domain.