Article category: Country code domains (ccTLDs)

No deal Brexit clarification for .EU domain name registrants

by Daniel - 01.02.2019

All eyes on UK's parliament as we wait to see what will happen between now and March 29th, when the UK is set to leave the EU. Not much is clear at the moment, except one thing: a no deal Brexit will lead to cancellation of all .EU domain names registered to UK-based registrants, even those who are European citizens.

.SE ccTLD for Sweden: updated terms and conditions (2019)

by Daniel - 11.01.2019

Some changes are coming to .SE, ccTLD for Sweden. .SE domain name registry, IIS, is updating its Terms and Conditions. All updates go into effect in February and apply to all .SE domain name registrants. Note: The following is strictly for informational purposes. If you are a .SE domain holder, no action is required at this time.

Select domain name registration prices increase Jan. 2019

by Daniel - 12.12.2018

Effective January 1st, 2019, a few of the registries EuroDNS works with will increase costs for a handful of domains they manage. Accordingly, we will have to increase our own domain name registration, renewal, and transfer costs. As always, we will be keeping our increases to a minimum.

.TW (ccTLD for Taiwan), a top choice domain for Asian market

by Daniel - 03.09.2018

.TW domain names are helping registrants boost their online presence in Taiwan, one of Asia's busiest Internet markets. These three businesses are leading the way, demonstrating how the .TW country code top-level domain (ccTLD for Taiwan) alerts search engines and users to content that targets Taiwanese Internet users.

Hack this! Sticky domain name ideas using hackable ccTLDs

by Daniel - 12.12.2016

How's this for a domain name idea? An ex-Clinton campaign staff member launched a website, the name of which combines Millennial slang and US President Trump's possible conflicts of interest. Its name? Corrupt.AF. The country code domain extension for Afghanistan is used to suggest Trump is corrupt "AF," texting argo for "as f---." 

Four reasons why the right ccTLD will expand your online world

by Daniel - 22.11.2016

Whether you’re a startup or an established business looking to gain more online traction, there’s no question that registering the right ccTLD (country code domain extension) will bring numerous advantages. With an expansive list of ccTLDs available, you’re sure to find one, and probably even more than one, that works for you.