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Visualising The Top 250 New Domain Extensions As The London Tube

There are now over 1000 new top level domain names “out there”. Some have proven popular. Others have struggled. That’s to be expected. The guys over at Nominet, the .uk registry and also backend provider for .blog, released an interesting visualisation of new TLDs earlier today. Instead of trying to cram every single domain extension […]

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Find A Good Domain Name Faster Now

Over the past few weeks our technical team have been working hard on improving and speeding up our domain name search functions. The domain search on our site was slow. It was unwieldy and it simply wasn’t “fun” using it. They’re still working on improving how domain names are displayed to you on our site, […]

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Navigating A Sea of Domains

Once upon a time, not so long ago, if you wanted to setup a website for your business or personal project you had a pretty straightforward choice. You could grab a relatively good .com domain name or maybe a .ie or a .co.uk. In the last couple of years those choices expanded a little, so […]

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8 Years of EU Domains

It’s been 8 years since the .eu domain name launched. Now with well over 3 million domain names registered the .eu domain is one of the largest in the world (7th largest ccTLD according to the latest report from CENTR) The guys over at EUrid have released a graphic to illustrate some of the highlights […]

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