is available for sale
Hear how it UniteResist.org sounds
Unite Resist is a highly brandable and memorable .org website name targeting people interested in showing solidarity for protests about work strikes. The website previously covered news on events and campaign kits for supporting the protests in the United States.
Exclusively on Odys Marketplace
Domain name UniteResist.org
Become the new owner of the domain in less than 24 hours.
Complimentary Logo Design
Save time hiring a designer by using the existing high resolution original artwork, provided for free by Odys Global with your purchase.
Save tens of thousands of dollars and hundreds of hours of outreach by tapping into the existing authority backlink profile of the domain.
Free Ownership Transfer
Tech Expert Consulting
100% Secure Payments
Premium Aged Domain Value
Usually Seen In
Own this Domain in 3 Easy Steps
With Odys, buying domains is easy and safe. Your dream domain is just a few clicks away.
Buy your Favorite Domain
Choose the domain you want, add it to your cart, and pay with your preferred method.
Transfer it to your Registrar
Follow our instructions to transfer ownership from the current registrar to you.
Get your Brand Assets
Download the available logos and brand assets and start building your dream website.
Trusted by the Top SEO Experts and Entrepreneurs
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
I purchased another three aged domains from Odys in a seamless and painless transaction. John at Odys was super helpful! Odys is my only source for aged domains —you can trust their product.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Odys is absolutely the best premium domain marketplace in the whole internet space. You will not go wrong with them.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Great domains. Great to deal with. In this arena peace of mind can be difficult to come by, but I always have it with Odys and will continue to use them and recommend them to colleagues and clients.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Great company. Very professional setup, communication, and workflows. I will definitely do business with Odys Global moving forward.
Larrian Gillespie Csi
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
I have bought 2 sites from Odys Global and they have both been of high quality with great backlinks. I have used one as the basis for creating a new site with a great DR and the other is a redirect with again high DR backlinks. Other sites I have looked through have low quality backlinks, mostly spam. I highly recommend this company for reliable sites.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
I’ve bought over 30 domains from Odys Global in the last two years and I was always very satisfied. Besides great quality, niche-specific auction domains, Alex also helped me a lot with SEO and marketing strategies. Auction domains are not cheap, but quality comes with a price. If you have the budget and a working strategy, these domains will make you serious money.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Earlier this year, I purchased an aged domain from Odys as part of a promo they’re running at the time. It was my first experience with buying an aged domain so I wanted to keep my spend low. I ended up getting a mid level DR domain for a good price. The domain had solid links from niche relevant high authority websites. I used the site as a 301 redirect to a blog I had recently started. Within a few weeks I enjoyed new traffic levels on my existing site. Happy to say that the Odys staff are friendly and helpful and they run a great business that is respected within the industry.
Incredible #FastFoodGlobal Day of Action hits over 40 countries
On Thursday 14 April 2016, the third annual #FastFoodGlobal Day Of Action by fast food workers and their unions took place. And it was phenomenal. This year topped all that have gone so far, with fast food and low waged worker strikes hitting over 300 cities spanning every state in America. And the global movement of fast food workers and their unions flexed its muscles too, with over 40 countries with protests in solidarity with the US Fight For 15 movement.
Here in the UK, Fast Food Rights drew in support from Jeremy Corbyn, Labour leader, who said on Twitter, “It’s Fast Food Global Day of Action. Solidarity w/ workers across the world who are fighting for decent pay & rights at work”.
Natalie Bennett, Green Party leader, also tweeted her support, saying “We all need a living wage, secure employment and decent conditions – well done to all supporting#fastfoodglobal day of action today”.
This year’s day of action saw a major focus in Glasgow, where fast food workers have been joining the BFAWU bakers’ union in large numbers, and low waged, zero hour contract workers from other industries have been joining the wider campaign to demand £10 an hour now for all workers, regardless of age; union rights; and an end to zero hours contracts.
As fast food workers took to the streets, dressed as evil Ronald McDonalds (see #TerrifyingRonalds), they descended on the central McDonald’s to have a ‘Precarious Work Picnic’, stopping to occupy a KFC on route.
At the picnic, the 20 or so Ronalds laid out their picnic blankets, and peered inside their ‘unhappy meal’ bags to see what was in store.
But when they pulled out ‘zero hours contracts’ and ‘low pay’, and ‘lack of respect’, and ‘no union rights’, the Ronalds became quite agitated and upset. And when they tried to eat their unhappy meal serving, they were overcome by sickness, then compelled to collapse on the ground!
But then a Ronald brought out a real ‘Happy Meal’, containing ‘£10 an hour’, ‘Union Rights’, and ‘No zero hours’, at which point the Ronalds burst to life again, and starting celebrating and dancing in the street outside McDonald’s.
Article and video in Evening Times
The SNP Trade Union Group also tweeted their support for the protests in Glasgow.
In an astounding move from one of the most notorious companies to use zero hours contracts for the bulk of its workers, today (Friday 15 April) saw the Guardian run an article where McDonald’s bosses claim they have decided that they are going to “give staff the option of moving to contracts guaranteeing a minimum of four-hours per week, 16 hours, or 30 hours”.
Elsewhere in the UK, where fast food worker branches of BFAWU and the Fast Food Rights campaign have been growing with fast food workers leading, protests also took place.
One fast food worker reports: “In Scarborough we have grown considerably over the last two months to a total of 16 members.
We now have members in five different town centre fast food shops and are starting to work on tackling individual workplace issues (and winning!) in order to further our membership and presence in these workplaces.