So, this week I am going to explore the world of domain names. Specifically I will write about the weekly launch of the New gTLDs (otherwise known as domain name extensions) and will ask why we need them? Domain name extension (gTLD) refers to the end part of the domain after the final dot e.g. .com or .co.uk Continue reading “New gTLDs launching every week – why are they needed?”
So today marks the beginning of a new stage for UK domains and for Nominet, the body that controls the .UK registry.
.UK domain names or (CCTLD’s – Country Code Top Level Domain) are now open for general registration and can be registered as of 0800 earlier on today the 10th June 2014. Continue reading “.UK domain names available from today”