Happy #WebsiteWednesday!

This week, we’re excited to feature two of the newest #GenXYZ companies that share the ultimate goal of making lives easier with technology. Not only do they both lie at the intersection of health and technology, they both also recently rebranded with their short and memorable .xyz domain. – (Israel)

This startup from Israel used to call their main web address, but now they’ve dropped the hyphen and rebranded to Try searching “temp drop” or “tempdrop” on Google and you’ll notice that ranks first!

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Featured in TechCrunch, Tempdrop is a wearable thermometer that makes fertility tracking much, much easier. Simple and convenient, this little device automatically measures and logs your body temperature and sleep cycles.

Next up is an established nonprofit organization, which has been around for more than 20 years.

Engage.xyzEnom customer (United States)

Originally on a subdomain, Engage started off with, made the move to, and most recently, to Engage.xyzAnd in addition to their web address, they’re marketing their rebranding through new email addresses ( and by updating their social media profiles with their new domain!


So what exactly does Engage do? Engage is an American healthcare IT solutions company that helps hospitals advance their technology systems to make everything from data migration to accessing patient information more efficient. They are also one of MEDITECH’s largest hosting companies, which is a technology platform that is installed throughout healthcare organizations. To learn more about Engage and their rebranding, check out this article from The Domains.

Tempdrop and Engage are both great examples of how you can get a short and memorable domain for your business. Whether you’re a startup or an established business – located in the US or Israel – any type of business can revamp their online presence with a .xyz domain name.

Have you seen any startups or businesses make the domain name switch? Let us know @xyz!

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