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.info

(.INFOrmation) A top-level Internet domain used by companies and individuals that provide general information. The dot-info name was added in 2000. See Internet domain name.
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Online users have spoken: they expect businesses to be reachable via dot-COM and they won't go through the trouble of trying to locate a destination at dot-NET, dot-ORG or dot-INFO.
DomainPeople is a founding member of Afilias Limited, the registry selected to operate dot-info and dot-org.
com), was the eighth ICANN-accredited domain name registrar in the world and offers registration for the most popular domain extensions - notably dot-com, dot-net, dot-org, dot-info and dot-biz.
call (312) DOT-INFO or visit the Mission I-55 website at
com), was the eighth ICANN-accredited domain name registrar in the world and offers registration for over 50 domain extensions - notably dot-com, dot-net, dot-org, dot-info and dot-biz.
The domain name registration services allow Sympatico-Lycos' more than 8 million unique monthly visitors to register web addresses in popular domain extensions, including dot-com, dot-info, dot-biz, dot-net, dot-org, and dot-ca.
com), was the eighth ICANN-accredited domain name registrar and offers registration for over 50 domain extensions - notably dot-com, dot-net, dot-org, dot-info and dot-biz.
For the latest information about Mission I-55, call (312) DOT-INFO or visit the Mission I-55 website at www.
com), NetNation's wholly owned subsidiary, is an ICANN accredited registrar of Internet domain names, and member of Afilias LLC, an international consortium of registrars selected to operate the registry for dot-info domains.
For the latest road condition information, call (312) DOT-INFO or visit the Mission I-55 website MissionI55.
com (Nasdaq: RCOM), selected to operate the registry for dot-info domains.
The partnership agreement was reached just days after the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) voted on the selection of seven new domain name suffixes -- dot-aero, dot-museum, dot-biz, dot-coop, dot-info, dot-name and dot-pro -- showcasing the growing importance of branding and localizing identities on the Internet.