Discussion in 'General Board' started by Sirbigman, Jul 10, 2019.
It won't be Kia, that's for sure
They shouldn't be pushing .UK names because you don't like a specific domain that has been registered?
I was referring to the 'HarrysRolyPolys' part, not the extension.
A bit late to the show, but as an outsider my vote is with the dot UK.
Any attachment to co.uk is purely sentimental, noting more which will pass with time.
It is an easy choice for an outside organization looking to buy a better presence in the UK market.
payitmonthly.co.uk redirects to payitmonthly.uk
I just sold a .UK. w00dpeckers in .uk
O's instead of zeros... but glad that a small company has bought it.
Sky tv this morning using sky dot uk as an enquiry email
Yes I saw that too - Adam Boulton on all out politics
Glastonbury.co.uk redirects to Glastonbury.uk
This is all good.
I guess we should add polls.uk also given the traffic it will have had in the last couple of weeks.
Glastonbury.co.uk is a local directory website and not the festival which would be much more impressive. They all help
We should still look at what we have here, the NHS and Government are now using .uk for most of their services. That's a big move.
I think they always have used the top level (.uk)
They've always used .UK domains and did before .UK domains were available to purchase.
Yeah, that's true, but even still. It encourages people to move to .uk I would imagine. Seeing the government using it ...
Maclaren (buggies not cars) is using Maclaren.uk There are DNS issues with Maclaren.co.uk and it throws up a 502.
I've been seeing more and more .UK names on the sides of trucks/vans since the ROR
Yes they are picking them up at reg fee
Yup. If they choose .UK over .CO.UK that might be a good sign for .UK
They are picking them as the co.uk is taken thats it simple...
Separate names with a comma.