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Domain flags : Afghanistan (.AF), country of Afghani domainers

We’re rolling out Domain Flags, an informative coverage of national ccTLD domains. The alphabetical list begins with Afghanistan, the country of Afghani domainers. The matching national domain of Afghanistan is .AF and it was secured on October 16, 1997. Afghani domain investors are proud of their heritage, and if you are a domainer from Afghanistan, […]

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End-users : Is your dream domain taken?

If you have a dream domain, the odds of it been taken already, are quite high. Most .com domains that are words existing in a formal English dictionary are long gone, and so are two word .com composites with a positive, brandable meaning. That leaves non-domainers, often known as “end users,” with a difficult task […]

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How to be a domain registrar

Today: All the short .com domains are taken / Domain portfolio site logo and icon $70 / Broker wanted for epiic.com / And more. Here are the new discussions and domain news. MetallurgicalAnalysis.com – Please...
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Domainers want the head of auDA’s chair

Disgruntled domainers have managed to arrange for a vote on whether auDA chair Stuart Benjamin should be fired. auDA, the .au ccTLD administrator, has been under fire for many months from registrants who believe the organization is being managed in an increasingly erratic and secretive manner. Now, a campaign and petition at Grumpy.com.au, run by […]
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