The question arose as I was researching names for a somewhat philanthropic, worldwide connect. As always, I've found handfuls of names that would work if the audience was US, Europe, or equivalent. The problem arises when focusing countries where English language barriers are higher — and 1-2 word, 8-15 character domains are more challenging to relay. I'd like to use an extremely basic, universal 4-5 letter word without spending $30k+ on something not meant to profit from. 1) Specifically, I'm wondering what your thoughts are on using .us.com or .us.org domains worldwide. Will this cause any trust or issues understanding the URL? Why .us.com or .us.org? Many of the random extensions are hard to notice, especially for those that aren't internet savvy. Having .us.com/org will cause instant recognition that it is a URL and they're dealing with the United States. Yay? Nay? 2) Please chime in on what extensions you see used a lot/accepted in your country. As well as extensions that your country stays away from.