JULY 2013 NEWS
July 31, 2013
With availability of choice .COM and even to a degree .COM.AU names decreasing; some registrants are choosing alternative country code Top Level Domain extensions. Google's Matt Cutts cautions on the practice. Read more »
July 24, 2013
As is often the case in newsworthy events, the birth of the Prince of Cambridge has triggered a small rush on domain names featuring related terms and some speculators trying their luck on first name combinations in the hope of registering the magic combination. Read more »
July 22, 2013
Concerned that all the good domain names containing dictionary words appear taken? Invent a name - it's worked for Google, Flickr and many other companies. Now that search engines aren't so focused on "keyword" domains, the sky is the limit (within reason). Read more »
July 19, 2013
The .EE registry is celebrating this milestone after 21 years since it was first established. While the registry appears small, it actually has a health registration per capita record. So what nation does .EE represent? Read more »
July 3, 2013
New York's Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg has announced the City of New York has been successful in securing its own geographic top-level domain - .NYC. The Mayor believes it will create new opportunities for NY small businesses. Read more »
July 1, 2013
Late last week, ICANN approved a new registrar agreement after of year of negotiations with the Registrar Stakeholders Group. Among the changes will be a requirement for registrars to verify registrant information. Read more »
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