Domain name facts
Previously Blocked Premium 2 Character .CLUB Domains Available!
October 17, 2017
The .CLUB registry has just released 383 2 character Premium names for public. It is mainly LL and NN, but list includes some other names too.
See below the full list of available .CLUB Premium names:
If you wish to register any of the above, do not hesitate to contact our Support at ... read more
India Becoming a New Player on Domain Market
November 28, 2016
Over the period past three years, the domain name business in India has grown by 12 percent, outperforming the global average of 8.7 percent, according to research by Zinnov company.
Among Indian small and medium businesses (SMBs), 79 percent prefer to use the .COM domain to the Indian country code ... read more
.CH’s Growing Popularity as Domain for China
July 5, 2016
The .CH extension, made available in 1987, is the national domain of Switzerland, and it has been operational for almost as long as the legacy domain .COM which is just two years older. Over the years, .CH has gained its reputation on the domain market as a stable and “mature” domain, wi... read more
.VIP’s Significant Growth – Nearly 50% Increase in Registrations within Last Few Days
June 9, 2016
The .VIP extension has attained a significant number of registrations since its launch on 17 May 2016. Within first 24 hours since its release, the domain gained approximately 170,000 registrations. Among 77 registrars servicing registration of .VIP names, 37 were from China.
As of 9 June 2016, ther... read more
.COM Reaches 127 M Registrations Mark
June 7, 2016
The .COM Registry’s website shows that the number of registered names in the .COM domain base has exceeded 127 million for the first time on record. The .COM domain base includes the active domains, names that have the “hold” status, and domain names that have not yet been configured for activ... read more
Introduction of Direct Registrations in .AU
April 21, 2016
At the moment, all .AU domain names are registered in a second level domain, such as “yourname.com.au” or “yourname.net.au”. According to the survey conducted by the .AU Registry and sent to 97,000 selected at random registrants in COM.AU, NET.AU, ORG.AU, ASN.AU and ID.AU, 60% of participant... read more