Redesigned website showcases Outlaw services
By Megan Paulson Outlaw Partners COO
The Outlaw Partners is proud to announce the release of our newly redesigned website and subsequent launch of outlaw.partners, reflecting a new “generic top-level domain” (gTLD) recently approved by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers.
Until November 2013, there were just 22 domain extensions available, including .com, .net and .org. Eventually there will be more than 700 new extensions specific to industry, interest, city or region.
After nearly 30 years of the World Wide Web, it can be difficult to find an ideal web address since many of the best domains are taken. ICANN, the nonprofit body that governs the Internet, authorized from 2013-2015 the creation of hundreds of new domain extensions to increase choices and encourage innovation.
The new website features Outlaw’s four main service components: media, marketing, video and events. Dive into the expanded video and client portfolios, take a look at Outlaw’s mission and team, and explore resources like advertising rates and opportunities, distribution networks, Outlaw news updates, and other helpful marketing tips.
We’ve provided direct connections to our social media channels, and followed a responsive design so all devices are compatible and offer a seamless browsing experience.
Since a website is never truly “finished,” be sure to check back often for expanded online content and portfolio for newly launched projects. In the meantime, we’d love to hear your feedback on the new design.
And if you’re interested in learning more about building a website or preregistration for your own gTLD, drop a line to our Director of Sales E.J. Daws at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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