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I registered a non-profit organization with a certain name like "example inc."

The actual operations of this NPO will be done in lets say "example.com". But when i registered the organization at corporate.com it didnt ask me anything about any domain name.

My question is: I registered a NPO but how do i associate my domain with this newly registered NPO?

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are you asking how to change your domain to show ownership by this NPO?

If so there should be a way to change the contact information with your registrar

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are you asking how to change your domain to show ownership by this NPO?

If so there should be a way to change the contact information with your registrar
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Depending who your registrar is, you may be able to do this yourself. If you look do a whois of your domain, you can see all the various contacts for your domain. It may be you be default with info you filled in when you registered the domain, or it may be info from the registrar (some do a 'privacy' thing where they 'help' you by putting all their info in instead). I just updated a domain for my church and I was able to do it all from the registrar's website after I had logged in. If your registrar doesn't have that, then you may need to call/email them.

You can just google 'whois' for a list, but here are one or two you can use to check:

http://www.networksolutions.com/whois/index.jsp
http://www.internic.net/whois.html
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