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Why Your Domain is the Destination with .TO

Where are you going? Which way are you headed? How will you get there?
Whether we’re asking for directions or wandering around happily, we all have to consider our direction in life. Luckily, there’s a domain extension that can help point you in the right direction: introducing .to.
You wouldn’t think a tiny, two-letter preposition would come with so much potential, but “to” holds the key to a lot of life’s little mysteries. A blog about personal goals and aspirations might use “hope.to,” “wish.to,” or even “strive.to” as a memorable namespace.
Travel and tourism companies can also find their way with a .to domain “get.to,” “trip.to,” “fly.to,” “walk.to”… the possibilities are endless!
And of course, the big one: How-to websites. How could a user forget a name like “showmehow.to”, “DIYhow.to”, or “findouthow.to”?
The .to domain is already gaining fans in the world of web development. Ben Halpern, co-founder of dev.to, an online sharing community for programmers, says:

“We’ve found dev.to to be well-liked and memorable. In order to have developers feel ownership over their profiles on our platform, it’s important they take pride in sharing the URL. Having a short, unique domain name encourages people to refer to us directly by our URL. This has been wonderful for referrals and backlinks.”

Sometimes our imagination is sparked by the smallest things, and you can’t get much more small—or inspiring—than .to.
And right now, you can get .to from Namecheap for the lowest price out there—only $39.88 for the first year of registration.
When you’re ready to create your site or blog, Namecheap offers all the tools you need to make it easy. We recommend WordPress for great blogs because of its versatility and reliability. Check out our EasyWP service, which lets you get a WordPress website up and running in a snap!

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