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  1. younify

    younify New Member

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    Hello all!

    I am a new member and interested to learn more from all of you.
    I need a honestly review for my site: w-41.com is a techfashion site.

    Looking forward to your ideas & suggestions.
    Thank you!
    Regards,Cristina
     
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    retired_member6 Banned

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    One immediately springs to mind, register w-41.co.uk
     
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    thank you

    thank you for your prompt reply,
    sorry don`t know to much about it, can you let me know what will be the benefits if registred for co.uk?:confused:
     
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    If you're ever going to work in the uk market then it's a no brainer to have the .co.uk extension to target a uk market, also if brand building it's also a no brainer to ensure you have the essential extensions. If you don't take the .co.uk extension then that leaves it open to another business to come in and use that .co.uk extension.

    You obviously see it as important to have a .com despite being in Holland and you're targetting english speaking people, considering the UK is the home of the English language then registering the domain would be another good move. I'm struggling to understand why you wouldn't register, perhaps I should just ask you that?
     
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    Thank you for the offer!;)
     
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