Domain .ing supports latin letters and international symbols (cyrillic).

Minimum number of symbols is 3, maximum number is 63.

For more information, please refer to the  .ING Domain Policy.

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.ING is a more secure domain, meaning that HTTPS is required for all .ING websites. You can buy your .ING domain name now, but in order for it to work properly in browsers you must first configure HTTPS serving. For more information about configuring HTTPS, including resources to obtain an SSL certificate, please visit Let's Encrypt's website.

The .ING domain zone is a great choice for businesses and individuals looking to create a memorable and unique web address. With its broad range of potential applications, this top-level domain is a versatile option for anyone looking to establish a strong online presence. Here are some of the key benefits of using .ING:

  • Use it for verbs that end in "ing," such as running. For example, a sports store could use the domain "" to market its running products.
  • Use it for company names ending in "ing," such as "Marketing Inc."
  • Use it for words with "ing" that relate to a specific industry, such as "" for a website that teaches coding.
  • Use it for event names that end in "ing," such as ""
  • Use it for action-oriented concepts like "doing," "learning," or "creating."

The .ING zone was created in 2014 and is managed by Charleston Road Registry Inc. under the oversight of Google Inc. The whois server for the .ING zone is This top-level domain is a great choice for anyone looking for a versatile and memorable web address that stands out from the crowd. So why not consider using .ING for your website today?