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Success in US with us-domains

06-11-2008 02:07 PM CET | IT, New Media & Software

Press release from: Secura GmbH

US-Domains: Registrants want to secure US-identity

US-Domains: Registrants want to secure US-identity

Known as “America’s Internet Address,” the us-domain is the official country code top-level domain for the United States. The us-domain name has been in existence since 1985 but was primarily used by government branches, departments and agencies, as well as schools and libraries. Since making the domain name available to the general public on April 24, 2002, NeuStar has enabled several hundred thousand U.S. citizens, residents, businesses, organizations and government entities to establish patriotic Internet identities.

Consumers and Businesses Consumers and businesses can use us-domains for e-mail alone (john@smithfamily.us), a Web site (www.smithfamily.us), or for both purposes. There’s a strong chance that the desired Internet addresses are still available.

From a strictly business perspective, us-domains enable domestic and international firms of every size and industry classification to protect their trademarks and corporate identities online, provided they meet the .US Nexus requirements. The us-domain can also raise the online profile of non-profits, associations and charities.

Market research has shown that us-domains are very popular with consumers for applications like email, digital identity, and personal web sites. Finally, businesses use us-domains to promote themselves as American companies, to inspire consumer confidence and to secure their US-identity.

Hans-Peter Oswald

http://www.domainregistry.de/us-domain.html

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Secura GmbH
Am Alten Posthof 4-6
D-50667 Koeln
secura@domainregistry.de
http://www.domainregistry.de
Tel. +49 221 2571213
Fax +49 221 9252272
ICANN accredited registrar
of Top Level Domains

Secura is accredited at ICANN for all generic Top Level Domains. Secura can register all generic top level domains and all active country domains http://www.com-domains.com

When domainnamebuyers.com was still independent, it listed the ICANN Registrar Secura from Cologne in Germany among the best registrars of the world. The position of Secura is almost unique:It is accredited for all generic Top Level Domains at ICANN, and registers almost all country Top Level Domains. Secura has contracts with many registries like DENIC, AFNIC, NOMINET for this purpose. Secura sells to resellers, but also to private customers, who visit Secura's website at http://www.domainregistry.de (German) or http://www.com-domain.com (English). The basic informations are also available in other languages - from Hungarian to Chinese. Secura gives support in many different languages: English, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, German, Dutch, Swedish, Hungarian, Russian, Polish, Serbian, Croatian, Ukrainian, Finnish and Belorusian. Customers can easily pay by credit card, but also by many other ways.Secura publishs a Domains Blog,in order to inform about new developments in the domain business(http://www.20six.de/secura) You may re-publish this article without any fees, but you should mention the author and the URL at the end of the article

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