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Great Value on .Science Domain Names Launching Today!

Starting today at 3pm you can register a domain name in the brand new .Science domain, and to celebrate, Blacknight is offering .science domain names for the ridiculous price of €2.55! Why .Science? Well as the new registry’s CMO Andy Churley explains, we’re nearly all scientists, when you think about it! [youtube]http://youtu.be/3CbUzSLZLBI[/youtube] There are lots […]

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Andy Churley. CMO, Famous Four Media

New gTLD Business is a Long Play – Andy Churley of Famous Four Media [Audio]

“It costs an absolute minimum of 100,000 dollars to run a registry for a year, with almost zero registrations” says Andy Churley on today’s podcast. (Download: 32:35; 19MB; MP3, or click the player above). Ultimately, new generic Top Level Domains (gTLDs) will need to reach a “critical mass” of perhaps 50,000 to 100,000 registrations if they are to survive. […]

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New TLDs are in Ireland Now!

So you’ve heard about the new generic Top Level Domains (gTLDs) such as .london and .clarehurling? OK, I made that one up – but you get the idea. ICANN received applications for almost 2000 new gTLDs and over 300 have been delegated so far. You may also have heard that availability of these new domain names from EU registrars was […]

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