The Belgian domain registry is promoting use of the .be domain by offering free registration until the 31st January. The domains are available on a first come first served basis and the registration systems are open now. Whilst there have already been some problems with server loadings, particularly for the WHOIS checks, the system is now functioning. Multilingual Search Editor – Russia, Nick Wilsdon, is one of the leading .be registries offering the service.
Belgium is right at the heart of Europe. With a mix of French and Dutch speakers they border the Netherlands, Germany, Luxembourg and France. There are no barriers to ownership of the .be domain; registrants can be from any country. If you are new to multilingual marketing, this offer represents a unique opportunity to experiment. It is possible to target Belgium, the Netherlands and France using the .be suffix – so it can be a very effective route to market. The offer is limited to 10 domains per person and will end on the 31st of January 2006.
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