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A top-level Internet domain used for personal use; for example, harry.potter.name. This is known as a "third-level domain name," because the last name (second level) and first name (third level) are used. The dot-name name was added in 2000. See Internet domain name.
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Dot-Name Personalized Email and Domain Name End-User Experiences
GNR Limited announced today the launch of Personal Names Limited, a new ICANN accredited registrar focusing exclusively on optimizing the Dot-Name end-user experience.
Her Dot-Name personal email addresses is laura@bush.
Results and best practices will be shared with all interested Dot-Name registrars.
Haugnes pioneered the Dot-Name top level domain and was also a founder of Name Planet.
Dot-Name changes the game allowing them to be 'sam@daniels.
was the eighth ICANN-accredited domain name registrar and offers registration for the most popular domain extensions - notably dot-com, dot-net, dot-org, dot-info, dot-biz, dot-name, dot-ca and dot-us.
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, dot-biz and dot-name.
With the recent launch of the new global domain names, dot-info and dot-biz, and the pending launch of other new domains like dot-name and dot-pro, consumers now have more options for domain registration.
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.