.fan Domain Names

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What is a .fan domain name?

Everyone is a fan of something. And a .fan domain name lets you make the kind of connection that fills arenas and sparks intense conversations. With the .fan domain name, the possibilities are nearly endless as you extend an invitation for people to share their enthusiasm about things like:

  • Sports
  • Music
  • Celebrities
  • Gaming
  • Authors

Dot fan domains use a term that, until relatively recently, was unique to American English. This shortened version of “fanatic” is said to have emerged in the late 1800s to describe the eager spectators filling seats at sporting events. Today in most places where they speak English, you’ll hear about fans (the UK also uses “supporters”), so you know the .fan domain name has worldwide appeal.

How to use .fan domains.

A .fan domain name puts you in the center of the action. It lets you associate your name with something people absolutely love. When you register a .fan domain, you get a head start on:

  • Building a community — When you really, really love something, it’s even more rewarding to meet and talk with others who share your passion. When you buy .fan, it’s not just a purchase. It’s a call to rally people around a shared interest.
  • Getting publicity — If you’ve created something amazing, give people the opportunity to become your fans. It’s not bragging. It’s confidently introducing yourself to the world and letting people experience all the coolness you created.
  • Sharing promotions — If you really want to keep them coming back, the .fan domain can let you create an awesome micro-site for sharing special deals. Link to it from your ecommerce site and you’ve got a great way to reward your fans.

With .fan domain names, it’s all about people’s desire to be included. They want to stay up to date on the latest developments — and this domain lets you be the source of that information.

Register a dot fan domain name today.

Here’s the thing about fans: they usually come in groups. Big groups. And if you’ve got a great idea for the .fan domain name, chances are someone in your group has something similar. Are you a fan of missing out? Of course not. Drop what you’re doing and go register .fan before somebody beats you to it.