Electronic signature company DocuSign uses both a .com and .net site for their online presence, see how.
Two literature passionate friends quit their jobs and took a chance by starting The-Toast.net a daily blog, and it paid off. Hear their story.
Jamie Oliver’s restaurant Fifteen in the Shoreditch neighborhood of London isn’t just changing dining it’s changing lives. The restaurant awards 15 apprenticeships to applicants looking for a second chance in life and donates all its proceeds to charity. See this amazing story and why they chose to build their Web presence on a .net here.
Joe Peach is passionate about cities and sustainability. To share his passion with the world he built This Big City, which has grown into a community of people all over the world who share his passion. See how he built this network on a .net here.
Behance is a platform for creatives to be discovered and showcase their creative work. From graphic designers to illustrators and everything in between, it's a network to help creatives be found so they can continue creating the things that make our lives interesting. Being a .net wasn't an accident for Behance, they have their .com but choose to brand their site as a .net to tell the world that they're a network.
DJ Booth started over 10 years ago as a site to feature DJs and has evolved into an entire network of DJs, producers, artists, and fans looking to discover the cutting edge of music. To convey this, they chose .net for their fans to find them on. Hear more of their story here.
At Society Fair, they're passionate about food, good food at that. They wanted to expand their full service retail location that serves as not only a restaurant but also wine bar, bakery, butcher, retail store and event site with their online presence. Through that, they've built relationships with loyal customers who have never stepped foot into their space. Hear their story here.
“If you want to be taken seriously in any competitive client-based industry, you can’t create opportunities for prospects to question your commitments or professionalism. A strong first impression is critical for opening up your business and a website is often the first place clients look.”