Expired .PINK Domains

Registration Requirements

There is no special process needed to register a .PINK domain name, no special action is needed on your end.

.PINK Registry Information

Registration Service

http://afilias.info/contact-us

Whois Server

whois.afilias.net

Registration Date

2013-12-19

Registration Price

$15.00 Annually

Registered Domains

5,894

Whois Privacy

Yes

.PINK Stats Last 24hrs

Domains Count 0
Domains with backlinks 0
Majestic TF > 5 0
Moz DA > 5 0
Ahrefs DR > 5 0

.PINK Stats Total

Domains Count 0
Domains with backlinks 0
Majestic TF > 5 0
Moz DA > 5 0
Ahrefs DR > 5 0

To See All 20 .PINK Domains

Example .PINK Domains

Domain Name Majestic TF Majestic CF Moz DA Moz PA Ahrefs DR Ahrefs UR SZ Score Age Google Index
sexcam.pink 0 26 - - - - - - -

.PINK Top Registrars

Registrar name Registered domains Share, %
NameCheap, Inc. 2,185 11.29%
GMO Internet, Inc. d/b/a Onamae.com 1,189 6.14%
GoDaddy.com, LLC 872 4.51%
NameSilo, LLC 320 1.65%
DNSPod, Inc. 241 1.25%
Gandi SAS 219 1.13%
Porkbun LLC 206 1.06%
Tucows Domains Inc. 186 0.96%
Dynadot, LLC 166 0.86%
Netowl, Inc. 131 0.68%

.PINK Domain Sales

Domain Price Date Venue
play.pink $18.00 2021-12-30 Dynadot
avatar.pink $23.00 2021-11-08 Dynadot
adbetclickin.pink $1,136.00 2021-10-24 Dynadot
blue.pink $700.00 2018-02-19 Uniregistry
store.pink $250.00 2017-04-11 Sedo

What is the .pink domain name?

The .pink domain name is the newest generic top-level domain (gTLD) available to website owners worldwide. The new domain extension is specifically for websites that are related to the color pink.

The .pink domain name is perfect for websites that sell products or services related to the color pink, such as wedding planners, florists, and event planners.

The domain name extension can also be used by charities and nonprofit organizations that support causes related to the color pink.


Why should I choose a .pink domain name?

There are many reasons why you might want to choose a .pink domain name for your website. Here are just a few:

1. To show your support for causes related to the color pink.

2. To market your products or services to consumers who are interested in the color pink.

3. To create a unique and memorable web address that is associated with the color pink.

4. To stand out from the competition and make your website more visible to online shoppers.

5. To market products or services that are related to the color pink.

6. To create a website that is specifically targeted to women.

7. To appeal to customers who are interested in products or services that are associated with the color pink.

8. To create a unique and memorable web address that is associated with your business.

9. To market products related to the color pink.

10. To establish an online presence for your business or organization that can be easily found by people who are looking for products and services related to the color pink.

11. To establish a professional web address to make it easier for customers to find and connect with you online.

12. To promote events, programs, and other initiatives that support causes related to the color pink.


Who can register .pink domain names?

Anyone can register a .pink web address, including individuals, groups, organizations, businesses, and more. There are no restrictions on who can register the new top-level extension.

Anyone can register a .pink domain name at any time. Whether you're a small business owner or just starting your own website, the .pink domain name is a great option for you.


What is the common second-level .pink domain name?

The common second-level domain names are the second part of a web address that is made up of any combination of letters and numbers. The common name suffixes are generally short, easy-to-remember words at the end of website addresses.

Some examples of common second-level .pink domain names include:

• pink.yourname.com

• yourbusiness.pink

• events.pink


Is there a minimum or maximum length for .pink domain names?

There is no minimum or maximum length for .pink domain names. However, the shorter the name, the easier it will be to remember and share with others.

Typically, second-level domain names are short. The .pink name suffix is generally short enough that you can create an easy-to-remember address, but long enough to make it unique.


Can I use special characters or symbols in a .pink web address?

You can use practically any letter, number, symbol, or combination thereof as part of your .pink web address. However, keep in mind that some symbols may not display properly depending on which browser you are using to access the Internet.