Donuts launches Travel.Domains

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Donuts Inc. announced the launch of the www.travel.domains website, with features to enable travel organizations, enthusiasts and industry professionals to browse, discover and purchase  travel domains from its TLD portfolio.

Donuts acquired the .TRAVEL domain name extension in February 2018 and made it easier to register .Travel domains in June.

Using Donuts’ Relevant Name Search engine (RNS), website visitors can quickly find and select their domain names from a real-time inventory. When ready to check out, one click takes them directly to the registrar’s shopping cart (in this case, to Name.com). Now that the website is launched, Donuts is offering travel.domains shopping cart integration to all registrars.

“It’s never been more important for travel industry companies, regardless of size, to own their identity on the web. Our goal with this website is to showcase our outstanding domain-name portfolio to those in the travel industry, and simplify the shopping and checkout process,” said John Pollard, executive vice president and general manager, Donuts registry. “The integration experience with the registrar’s shopping-cart is one we hope to replicate with every registrar, because we think it’s a win-win: registrars acquire new customers, and travel industry pros find better domain names.”

The travel.domains website also contains information and case studies related to the online travel industry. Visitors can read about how travel TLDs are being used today, while Registrars can link to the site and obtain useful market data pertaining to the travel industry and merchandising content (e.g., logos, taglines, and ‘fast facts’) for Donuts’ travel TLDs.

Donuts travel TLDs include:

  • .Travel
  • .Vacations
  • .Tours
  • .Voyage
  • .Cruises
  • .Holiday
  • .Flights
  • .Guide
  • .City
  • .Viajes
  • .Taxi
  • .Town
  • .Cab
  • .Reise / .Reisen
  • .Zone
  • .Limo
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About Konstantinos Zournas

Konstantinos studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London and lives in Athens, Greece. He loves domains and building websites. He is online since 1995, learned about html in 1996 and got into domains in 2002. He started the OnlineDomain.com blog in 2012.

2 comments

  1. It is slum property, good luck to Donuts trying to tart these tlds up,

  2. I hope they avoid first year domain registration discount under $1 for these domains. That price bracket is interesting to people who make scam websites and are looking for a one-time cheap domain registration.

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