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question Should non-profit .org owner own the dot com

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I have a question.

Should a non-profit .org website owner buy the dot com for their non-profit organization.

They have a high traffic .org website with Alexa ranking under 100k.

They are doing millions of dollars in business dealing with high net worth companies.

The dot com is a parked page and also gets high traffic with Alexa ranking under 100k most likely most of the traffic leaking from the dot org

How can you convince .org to buy the dot com for only $10k

When i tried to explain the leaked traffic and emails coming to dot com, they said if our customers are looking for us, they will eventually find us after going to your dot com and finding nothing there.

I don’t know why but i feel like only domainers understand this and big companies still have no clue and there is no way to explain this to them.

They just don’t understand.

Anyone else have any luck explaining this or know how to explain this to them.
 
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Should non-profit .org owner own the dot com

Hi

the title above is much different, than the questions below:


Should a non-profit .org website owner buy the dot com for their non-profit organization.

How can you convince .org to buy the dot com for only $10k

still, should they own the .com version of their developed .org site, is basically up to them.

it may not be a necessity to have, from their perspective
and if it was, then maybe they would have inquired about it.

imo...





 

eternaldomains

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They are doing millions of dollars in business dealing with high net worth companies.
LOL that sounds more like a cheapskate for-profit company faking it's identity as a "non"-profit. Better just keep the name for the parking money while slapping 10k at afternic, just in case they're pretending to "not need it".
 
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