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Inspire collaboration with a branded .wiki domain. .wiki is a generic top-level domain (TLD) used by websites that serve as a repository of information for various subjects. Wikis are unique in that they allow people to contribute, edit, and update content. Anyone can register the .wiki domain name to build a collaborative knowledge base website around any topic: art and culture, geography, ecommerce, mobile software, and more.
Maintained and operated by Top Level Design, .wiki has been available to the public since 2015. Although intended for subject matter wikis, individual groups and organizations can use the TLD to build a collaborative space to exchange thoughts and brainstorm new ideas. At present, .wiki registrations stand at just over 25,000, so you're likely to get the exact domain name you want.
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.wiki is a natural choice for businesses looking to build information hubs around a specific topic. Public figures might also use a .wiki domain name to have more control over their profiles.
A .wiki domain name can be used for various purposes, such as to create an online encyclopedia on any topic, build a shared internal knowledge base, offer a product information catalog, and much more.
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