With the internet being so large and constantly expanding, there’s a regular need for additional domain name extensions. Unique extensions can cater for particular countries, continents and global requirements. As it stands there is well over 200 different domain extensions made up of Global Top Level Domains, Country Code Top Level Domains, Second Level Domains and Third Level Domains.
Because millions upon millions of websites are already up and running, it might be quite difficult to land a domain name extension that is applicable, relevant, and helpful to your business’ future success. Thankfully, ThaiDomainHosting have a huge range of domain name extensions ready for registration today, including some of the more bespoke varieties other domain registrars simply can’t offer. Don’t a see an extension you want? Just give our team a call on 02 114 7310 and ask, it’s that easy.
The .co.uk domain name extension is a country code Top Level Domain (ccTLD) which was introduced in 1985 with a primary intention of providing an extension for entities within the United Kingdom. The .co.uk domain is one of the most popular domaine extenions, withs it’s registered numbers sitting just behind .com, .net and .de.
Who can register .co.uk domain name?
A .co.uk domain name can be registered by anyone.
What do I need to register .co.uk domain name?
There are no special requirements to register .co.uk domain names.
The .asia domain name extension was introduced in 2006 with the intention of being used for companies and individuals within Asia Pacific such as Thailand, China, Japan, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and all other countries and continents within the Asia Pacific region. The .asia domain is a sponsored Top Level Domain, sponsored by the DotAsia organization and operated by Afilias.
Who can register .asia domain name?
A .asia domain name can be registered by any individual or entity residing or having a contact within the Asia Pacific region.
What do I need to register .asia domain name?
Aside from there requirement of having at least 1 contact within the Asia Pacific Region, there are no additional requirements.
Any company, individual or organisation residing in the European Union or in Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway or an EU citizen, independently of their place of residence can register a .eu, .ею or .ευ (as of 14 November 2019) domain name.
Domain names are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Your desired domain name might not be available because:
Tips for choosing your domain
Your domain name should be pronounceable and memorable, limit the length to two or three words.
If your desired domain name has been reserved, you can apply for its release by submitting an application. You can also use the same domain name with hyphens, or shorten it to an acronym.
Get your domain name in any official EU language (Internationalised domain names).