The number of applications for .eu domain names seems to be somewhat tardy in the UK, according to the current figures from Eurid – where Germany – not surprisingly – is way in the lead with 81,000 applications, followed by the Netherlands with 44,000, France at 29,000 and the UK trailing the leading group with just 24,000.
France has a population similar to the UK and the Netherlands is much smaller than the UK so the UK is clearly underrepresented. Could it be that UK companies are not getting their act together and going to be caught out with other companies buying their domain names – or are the Brits simply not interested in Europe?
Whatever the case, time is rapidly running out for the .eu sunrise period and organisations would do well to check they are properly listed in the queue for their own domains. The period after 7th April is appropriately called the land rush period. Who will be caught in the rush….?
Latest posts by Andy Atkins-Kruger (see all)
- Launching our new concept – Webcertain In-house! - July 26, 2019
- Yes, the robots are here and they’re running Google Ads! - April 10, 2019
- Be prepared: A personal message from Webcertain’s CEO - May 15, 2018