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108 New .IE Domains Registered Every Day – 2017 the Strongest Year Ever

2017 was the strongest year on record for registrations of new .IE domains, but it’s likely to be beaten by 2018 as registration rules are relaxed in March. That’s according to the latest dot-IE Domain Profile Report, published today by IE Domain Registry (IEDR), the company that manages and maintains Ireland’s official country domain name, […]

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Final Call: It’s Time to Claim your IE Domain Name [Video]

From March, it will be easier to register an IE domain name, as registrants will no longer be required to demonstrate that they have a “claim to the name”. They’ll still have to show that they have a connection to Ireland, but questions about why they want to register a particular domain name will no longer apply. It’s a small change really, but […]

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Building Trust: What Your Web and Email Addresses Say About You

Last week we wrote about ‘trust signals’ – and outlined some steps we had taken to enhance the trust in our own online presence, using Digital Certificates and Twitter verification. But for many businesses there’s something even simpler they can do first to improve their online credibility: get a domain name and use it! New research by the IE […]

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Look at what just dropped #1

You know we run dropped.ie right? Ireland’s dropped domain tool? So there are some interesting .ie drops today … hunksforhire.ie dropped what was wrong with it? was it the wrong business model? Do people just not like hunks anymore? Also dropped was the very interesting domain ideas.ie, other notables were starwars.ie though in fairness, you […]

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We like stats part II

It has been a while since we last posted any stats on the blog. So we’re at it again. The below are stats for the .ie ccTLD. (Hint: There are discounts to celebrate at the bottom) Just like the last time the graphs really do speak for themselves. First up it’s the number of new […]

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