Whether it’s shared workspaces, freelancing, employment-related services or corporate HR – the .work TLD is leading the global workforce.
The global giant Amazon uses the website amazon.work as their employee human resources (HR) portal for hundreds of thousands of employees. Alexa.com ranks it in the top 3,000 US websites with over 380,000 unique visitors per month.
With over 520,000 .work domains registered to date, the .work TLD is ranked 10th in volume for all new gTLDs. Entrepreneurs and freelancers are displaying their project portfolios, Human Resources are building employment-related applications and shared workspace services are popping up around the globe all on the .work TLD.
MIXER Work & Lounge mixer.work is one of Israel’s largest co-working spaces, easily accessible and strategically located at Tel Aviv’s Convention Center. MIXER is the ideal home for your business, with the perfect blend of private offices, fully-equipped kitchens, open co-working spaces and lavish communal lounge areas that meet all your business needs, making you feel at home, just the right way…
According to Crunchbase, MIXER was venture funded with $40M in February 2018. Other shared workspaces developed on .work include the Southeast Asia-based commonground.work funded for $18M Series A in June 2018 and Beijing-based nash.work for $75M Series B funding in June 2018.
.work is also popular among freelancers
Many freelancers use the .work TLD use the domain [FirstNameLastName.work] as their online resume. As an example, Chris Antle uses chrisantle.work to showcase recent projects as an engineer, designer and communicator.
The trends are clear, .work is getting the job done when it comes to online identity for freelancers, designers, entrepreneurs, co-working spaces, corporate HR and employment-related businesses. Porkbun is running a special on .work domains at $2.02 for the first year and $5.81 renewal. Get yours today!