Namecheap Encourages Parents To Register Their Children’s First Domain

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Namecheap logoWeb hosting provider Namecheap, a global provider of dedicated servers, VPS hosting, shared hosting, WordPress hosting, reseller hosting and more, has introduced a new initiative encouraging parents to register their children’s first domain.

This could be a domain with a baby’s name for future investment, or securing a piece of digital real estate for a kid’s first online project.

Namecheap believes a child’s name is a huge part of their identity. Giving kids the gift of a domain name is reserving them a part of the Internet to create amazing things, according to the web hosting company.

To support the new campaign, Namecheap created two resources for parents including a blog on keeping a child safe online. The web hosting provider has also published an online checklist for securing a child’s digital footpint.

To launch the new initiative, today Namecheap is kicking of a special sale running till May 13. The sale includes 14 discounted TLDs for all the future entrepreneurs, doctors, lawyers, developers, tech gurus – whatever a kid’s interests are

Namecheap is an ICANN-accredited domain registrar and web hosting technology company founded in 2000 by CEO Richard Kirkendall. Celebrating nearly two decades of providing web hosting services, security, and support, Namecheap is among the top domain registrar and web hosting providers in the world and has over 10 million domains under management.

To learn more about Namecheap, visit namecheap.com.