Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. Domain registrations are open to the general public.
Yes. Companies, organizations, or individuals may register .buzz domain names.
Some domain names may be permanently or temporarily reserved or restricted for registry operations, as premium domain names or to comply with ICANN requirements. To comply with ICANN requirements, all two-character domains shall be initially reserved, however may be released in the future. In addition reserved names for a) International Olympic Committee, b) International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, and c) Intergovernmental Organizations, for new gTLDs., are not available in accordance with ICANN. Some domains names may be initially blocked due to non-existing domain name (“NxD”) collision concerns, more information about this can be found here. These names will most likely be released in 2015.
You have a message to deliver that is exciting, inspirational, and above all, it just might change the way the world thinks.
- .buzz is your platform to launch and deliver your important message.
- Your .buzz domain name will be recognized immediately by your followers as noteworthy and a must-read.
- This new name space on the Internet is full of good names for you to register. .buzz offers registrants a stronger alternative to the shrinking namespace of existing top-level domain names, such as .com, .net. and .org.
Build a website for your next great idea. Use it broadcast your community outreach activity. Share the latest news on your company’s products and services. Point your domain name to your existing blog – build your personal brand. Create buzz on a .buzz domain name and you will have the ear of the world.
Visit the .buzz registry website homepage, search for a domain name, and we’ll get you to a domain name registrar, for a simple, unrestricted domain name registration
.buzz is the premier online destination for Internet users seeking the latest news on a variety of topics – events, new products and services, noteworthy and game-changing information.