AUD $49.00


AUD $49.00
A generic top-level domain (gTLD) specifically designed for agencies of all kinds.
Launched in 2014 to provide a distinct online space for businesses and organizations that offer professional services or expertise.
Open to anyone worldwide, with no specific eligibility requirements.
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Who it’s for:

  • Marketing and advertising agencies
  • Recruitment and staffing agencies
  • Digital agencies
  • Travel agencies
  • Talent agencies
  • Real estate agencies
  • Insurance agencies
  • Consultancies
  • Freelancers
  • Individuals and businesses that offer professional services

Benefits of using a .agency domain:

  • Instant recognition: Clearly signals your business as an agency, making it easier for potential clients to find and identify you.
  • Brand differentiation: Stands out from the crowd of generic .com or .net domains and creates a more memorable online identity.
  • Targeted marketing: Helps attract clients who are specifically looking for agency services.
  • Potential SEO advantage: Search engines may give some preference to relevant TLDs like .agency for agency-related searches.
  • Community association: Joins a global community of agencies using the .agency domain, fostering potential collaborations and networking opportunities.


  • Cost: Registration and renewal fees may be slightly higher than for generic TLDs.
  • Availability: Some desirable names might already be taken.
  • Global appeal: While it’s open to anyone, the .agency domain might be less familiar to audiences outside of English-speaking countries.
  • Potential for confusion: In some cases, it might be mistaken for a government agency website.

Should you use it?:

  • If you’re an agency or offer professional services, a .agency domain can be a powerful way to establish your brand, reach your target audience, and build credibility.
  • It’s particularly well-suited for businesses targeting a global or English-speaking audience.
  • However, if you have a very specific niche or target a local audience, a country-specific TLD or a more focused niche TLD might be a better fit.