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What is the .jot domain name?

The .jot domain name is a new top-level domain name that was introduced in 2017. It is intended for use by journalists and other content creators who want to create a website or online presence that is dedicated to their work.

The .jot domain extension is an excellent choice for anyone who wants to create a website that is focused on news, current events, or journalism.

Who can register a .jot domain name?

Anyone can register a .jot domain name. However, it must be used for a legitimate journalistic purpose. For example, you cannot use a .jot domain name to host a personal blog or website.

You can only use it to host a site that serves the journalism industry, such as one focused on reporting news, current events, or sports.

Who can't register a .jot domain name?

You cannot use a .jot domain name for any purpose other than operating a website that falls under the umbrella of journalism.

You also cannot:

– Use your personal blog or web page as your public-facing website;

– Operate an online store;

– Host advertisements;

– Link to adult content (including pornography);

– Host malware.

How do I start using my .jot domain name?

Once you purchase and register your new .jot domain name, all you need to do is set up your website. You can use any web hosting provider you like, or you can use the Jot Hosting service to get started quickly and easily.

What is the Jot Hosting service?

The Jot Hosting service is a platform that makes it easy for journalists and other content creators to start using their new .jot domain names.

It provides everything you need to get your website up and running, including a custom website template, a selection of fonts and colors to choose from, and easy-to-use tools for adding text, images, and videos.

You can also use the Jot Hosting service to create email addresses that are associated with your new .jot domain name.

Can I transfer my existing domain name to Jot?

You can transfer your existing domain name to Jot easily. We will pay for the transfer fee if you are transferring one of the following extensions: .com, .net, .org, .biz, or .info. For most other top-level domains, you will assume responsibility for the transfer fees.

Will I still have my old domain name after transferring it to Jot?

Yes! When you register a new domain with us, we make it easy to merge your websites together so that both URLs forward visitors directly to your new site on the Jot Hosting platform. That way, you don't lose any search engine rankings or traffic that may have come from links on your old website.

Is there a limit to the number of .jot domain names I can register?

No, there is no limit to the number of .jot domain names you can register. You can use them for your personal website, your business website, or any other journalistic endeavor you might have.

What are some examples of good uses for a .jot domain name?

Some examples include journalists/sources, websites for journalists, bloggers who want to share information with sources and the public, media organizations using it in their reporting, newsrooms sharing press releases or stories online.