Dot co Pricing Promotion Continues

Dot co domains are just $14.99 for the month of June. Join the ranks of Amazon, Twitter, Politico and Overstock in branding yourself with .co.

EnCirca is pleased to extend our special .CO registration promotion for the month of June.  All new one year registrations are just $14.99.  .CO is gaining momentum as a catchy abbreviation for “company”. 

Amazon.com has acquired A.CO, Z.CO, K.CO and Cloud.co Domain Names.  Amazon.com will join the ranks of other leading online businesses, brands and entrepreneurs that are using .CO domain names to more easily connect, communicate and engage with the world of mobile and socially connected consumers, including, among others, Twitter, Politico, and Overstock (which, of particular note, recently rebranded its international business from Overstock.com to O.CO).

A lot of great names are still available.  Check our .CO bulk search tool for free.

Attention trademark lawyers and brand owners:  make sure you have protected your company name and trademarks.

For a free availability check, go to: http://www.encirca.com/html/co-reg.shtml

Dot-CO May Promotion

New .CO domain names are just $14.99 during the month of April from EnCirca.com

EnCirca is pleased to extend our special .CO registration promotion for the month of May.  All new one year registrations are just $14.99.  .CO is gaining momentum as a catchty abbreviation for “company”.  Overstock is actively advertising O.CO.

A lot of great names are still available.  Check our .CO bulk search tool for free.

Attention trademark lawyers and brand owners:  make sure you have protected your company name and trademarks.

For a free availability check, go to: http://www.encirca.com/html/co-reg.shtml

Dot-CO Registry Continues Their Superbowl Special

The dot-CO registry has continued its Superbowl special for one more week. Register dot-CO domains for just $11.99 until February 19 at encirca.com (http://www.encirca.com)

The dot-CO registry has continued its Superbowl special for one more week.  Register dot-CO domains for just $11.99 until February 19 at encirca.com (http://www.encirca.com) . 

The explosive rise of dot-co as a popular domain is in large part because many businesses have brands and trademarks that they would like to register but have been taken in .com. But, even big businesses like Twitter and Overstock.com have gotten in on the deal and have become early dot-co adopters.

 “There have been over 600,000 dot-co registrations in less than a year,” says Tom Barrett, President of EnCirca. “Names are going fast and businesses should protect their brands and trademarks.”

 The suffix dot-co is universally recognized as an abbreviation for company. In a dot-co registry survey, 75 percent of respondents equated dot-co with “company”, “corporation,” or “commerce.” In fact, nearly 50 countries use dot-co as a second level domain name to depict just that, such as co.uk and co.jp.

 To check availability and register, go to www.encirca.com.

Dot-CO domains for just $11.99 – this week only from EnCirca

For a limited time, register dot-co domains for just $11.99 from EnCirca. This offer is good only from February 6-12. Run, do not walk, directly to http://www.encirca.com/

For a limited time, register dot-co domains for just $11.99.  This offer is good only from February 6-12. 

The explosive rise of dot-co as a popular domain is in large part because many businesses have brands and trademarks that they would like to register but have been taken in .com. But, even big businesses like Twitter and Overstock.com have gotten in on the deal and have become early dot-co adopters.

 “There have been over 600,000 dot-co registrations in less than a year,” says Tom Barrett, President of EnCirca. “Names are going fast and businesses should protect their brands and trademarks.”

 The suffix dot-co is universally recognized as an abbreviation for company. In a dot-co registry survey, 75 percent of respondents equated dot-co with “company”, “corporation,” or “commerce.” In fact, nearly 50 countries use dot-co as a second level domain name to depict just that, such as co.uk and co.jp.

 To check availability and register, go to www.encirca.com.

.CO Open Registrations!

Today, .CO is available for unrestricted international registration via EnCirca, starting July 20, 2010 at 2pm EDT.

Today, .CO is available for unrestricted international registration via EnCirca. According to the World Trademark Review, over half of the top 500 global brands have signed up for a .CO already.

The suffix .co is universally recognized as an abbreviation for company with 75 percent of respondents in a recent survey equating .co with “company”, “corporation,” or “commerce.”

Companies looking to protect their trademark internationally will want to move quickly to protect their brand because according to BrandFinance up to 70 percent of the world’s best brands will have applied for a ‘.co’ before the domain goes on sale today, July 20, 2010 at 2pm EDT.

Despite the massive interest by corporations in .co, there are still millions of domain available for individuals and companies. Registration is open to all. To secure your name, visit EnCirca’s .co domain page.

.Co Global Trademark Sunrise Ends June 10

Companies have just ten days to protect their trademarks before the landrush for the dot-co domain name. EnCirca (www.encirca.com) will stop accepting applications on June 10 at 12:00 noon eastern standard time.

The Deadline is fast approaching for companies to protect brands Before Landrush

Companies have just ten days to protect their trademarks before the landrush for the dot-co domain name.  EnCirca (www.encirca.com) will stop accepting applications on June 10 at 12:00 noon eastern standard time.

 .Co, a county-code domain name, is reinventing itself and will soon be available for unrestricted international use. The suffix .co is universally recognized as an abbreviation for company. In a recent .co registry survey, 75 percent of respondents equated .co with “company”, “corporation,” or “commerce.” In fact, nearly 50 countries use .co as a second level domain name to depict just that, such as co.uk and co.jp.

The business case for owning a .co is clear – it’s an ideal platform for business and commerce – especially on an international basis. As a domain that recently had registration restrictions removed, there are millions of great domains available. Companies looking to protect their trademark will need to move quickly to protect their brand and trademarks as .co will be open to all interested parties. By participating in the Sunrise period, you’ll have first dibs on your preferred name to help develop or secure your brand online.

So, don’t delay! Get in before the rush and reserve your trademark or brand name today with EnCirca. The Sunrise period for global trademark holders ends June 10th and is followed by Landrush for anyone interested in .co from June 21st through July 13th.

 To check out more about .co, visit EnCirca’s .co  domain page.

.Co Sunrise for Trademark Owners starts today!

.Co Sunrise for Trademark Owners starts today!

Today is the day! .Co Sunrise for trademark owners has begun. Registered trademark owners can apply to reserve their trademarks via EnCirca.com.

The suffix .co is universally recognized as an abbreviation for company. In a recent .co registry survey, 75 percent of respondents equated .co with “company”, “corporation,” or “commerce.” In fact, nearly 50 countries use .co as a second level domain name to depict just that, such as co.uk and co.jp (see EnCirca’s list of countries that use .co as a sub-domain below.)

Companies looking to protect their trademark internationally will want to move quickly to protect their brand and trademarks as .co will not be a restricted domain – it will be open to all. By participating in the Sunrise period, you’ll have first dibs on your preferred name to help develop or secure your brand online.

So, don’t delay! Get in before the rush and reserve your trademark or brand name today with EnCirca. The Sunrise period for global trademark holders is from April 26th through June 10th and is followed by Landrush for anyone interested in .co from June 21st through July 13th.

To check out more about .co, visit EnCirca’s .co domain page.

How many countries use .co as a sub-domain?

Now that the country of Colombia is re-purposing its .co country-code top-level domain name for unrestricted international use, we wondered how many other countries reserve .co for commercial or company domain names.  We found nearly fifty different countries or regions that actively offer, or have reserved, a .co domain name space for commercial or company use.

Here’s EnCirca’s list of countries that reserve .co for commercial or company domain names:

Angola – co.ao

Armenia – co.am

Antigua and Barbuda – co.ag

Austria – co.at

Burundi – co.bi

Botswana – co.bw

Cameroon – co.cm

Channel Islands-Jersey – co.je

Cook Islands – co.ck

Costa Rica – co.cr

Greenland – co.gl

Guyana – co.gy

Hungary – co.hu

India – co.in

Indonesia – co.id

Iran – co.ir

Isle of Man – co.im

Israel – co.il

Italy – co.it

Japan – co.jp

Korea – co.kr

Lesotho – co.ls

Malawi – co.mw

Mauritius – co.mu

Morocco – co.ma

Mozambique – co.mz

Namibia – co.na

Netherlands – co.nl

New Zealand – co.nz

Oman – co.om

Pitcairn – co.pn

Palau – co.pw

Romania – co.ro

Saint Lucia – co.lc

Serbia – co.rs

South Africa -co.za

Tajikistan – co.tj

Tanzania – co.tz

Thailand – co.th

Trinidad and Tobago – co.tt

Uganda – co.ug

United Kingdon – co.uk

US Virgin Islands – co.vi

Uzbekistan – co.uz

Venezuela – co.ve

Zambia – co.zm

Zimbabwe – co.zw

Let us know if there should be any updates to this list.  To learn  more about the .co re-launch, please see http://www.encirca.com/html/co-reg.shtml

.Co Global Trademark Sunrise Begins April 26: Reserve .Co for Companies and Commercial Use

.Co Global Trademark Sunrise is April 26: Reserve .Co for Companies and Commercial Use

.Co, an old domain name is reinventing itself and will soon be available for unrestricted international use. But first, trademark owners will be able to reserve their brands.  Starting April 26th, registered trademark owners can apply to reserve their trademarks via EnCirca.com. The suffix .co is universally recognized as an abbreviation for company. In a recent .co registry survey, 75 percent of respondents equated .co with “company”, “corporation,” or “commerce.” In fact, nearly 50 countries use .co as a second level domain name to depict just that, such as co.uk and co.jp (see EnCirca’s list of countries that use .co as a sub-domain below.)
Companies looking to protect their trademark internationally will want to move quickly to protect their brand and trademarks as .co will not be a restricted domain – it will be open to all. By participating in the Sunrise period, you’ll have first dibs on your preferred name to help develop or secure your brand online.
So, don’t delay! Get in before the rush and reserve your trademark or brand name today with EnCirca. The Sunrise period for global trademark holders is from April 26th through June 10th and is followed by Landrush for anyone interested in .co from June 21st through July 13th.
To check out more about .co, visit EnCirca’s .co domain page.
How many countries use .co as a sub-domain?
Now that the country of Colombia is re-purposing its .co country-code top-level domain name for unrestricted international use, we wondered how many other countries reserve .co for commercial or company domain names.  We found nearly fifty different countries or regions that actively offer, or have reserved, a .co domain name space for commercial or company use.
Here’s EnCirca’s list of countries that reserve .co for commercial or company domain names:
Angloa – co.ao
Armenia – co.am
Antigua and Barbuda – co.ag
Austria – co.at
Burundi – co.bi
Botswana – co.bw
Cameroon – co.cm
Channel Islands-Jersey – co.je
Cook Islands – co.ck
Costa Rica – co.cr
Greenland – co.gl
Guyana – co.gy
Hungary – co.hu
India – co.in
Indonesia – co.id
Iran – co.ir
Isle of Man – co.im
Israel – co.il
Italy – co.it
Japan – co.jp
Korea – co.kr
Lesotho – co.ls
Malawi – co.mw
Mauritius – co.mu
Morocco – co.ma
Mozambique – co.mz
Namibia – co.na
Netherlands – co.nl
New Zealand – co.nz
Oman – co.om
Pitcairn – co.pn
Palau – co.pw
Romania – co.ro
Saint Lucia – co.lc
Serbia – co.rs
South Africa -co.za
Tajikistan – co.tj
Tanzania – co.tz
Thailand – co.th
Trinidad and Tobago – co.tt
Uganda – co.ug
United Kingdon – co.uk
US Virgin Islands – co.vi
Uzbekistan – co.uz
Venezuela – co.ve
Zambia – co.zm
Zimbabwe – co.zw
Let us know if there should be any updates to this list.  To learn  more about the .co re-launch, please seehttp://www.encirca.com/html/co-reg.shtml

.Co, an old domain name is reinventing itself and will soon be available for unrestricted international use. But first, trademark owners will be able to reserve their brands.  Starting April 26th, registered trademark owners can apply to reserve their trademarks via EnCirca.com. The suffix .co is universally recognized as an abbreviation for company. In a recent .co registry survey, 75 percent of respondents equated .co with “company”, “corporation,” or “commerce.” In fact, nearly 50 countries use .co as a second level domain name to depict just that, such as co.uk and co.jp (see EnCirca’s list of countries that use .co as a sub-domain below.)

Companies looking to protect their trademark internationally will want to move quickly to protect their brand and trademarks as .co will not be a restricted domain – it will be open to all. By participating in the Sunrise period, you’ll have first dibs on your preferred name to help develop or secure your brand online.

So, don’t delay! Get in before the rush and reserve your trademark or brand name today with EnCirca. The Sunrise period for global trademark holders is from April 26th through June 10th and is followed by Landrush for anyone interested in .co from June 21st through July 13th.

To check out more about .co, visit EnCirca’s .co domain page.

How many countries use .co as a sub-domain?

Now that the country of Colombia is re-purposing its .co country-code top-level domain name for unrestricted international use, we wondered how many other countries reserve .co for commercial or company domain names.  We found nearly fifty different countries or regions that actively offer, or have reserved, a .co domain name space for commercial or company use.

Here’s EnCirca’s list of countries that reserve .co for commercial or company domain names:

Angloa – co.ao

Armenia – co.am

Antigua and Barbuda – co.ag

Austria – co.at

Burundi – co.bi

Botswana – co.bw

Cameroon – co.cm

Channel Islands-Jersey – co.je

Cook Islands – co.ck

Costa Rica – co.cr

Greenland – co.gl

Guyana – co.gy

Hungary – co.hu

India – co.in

Indonesia – co.id

Iran – co.ir

Isle of Man – co.im

Israel – co.il

Italy – co.it

Japan – co.jp

Korea – co.kr

Lesotho – co.ls

Malawi – co.mw

Mauritius – co.mu

Morocco – co.ma

Mozambique – co.mz

Namibia – co.na

Netherlands – co.nl

New Zealand – co.nz

Oman – co.om

Pitcairn – co.pn

Palau – co.pw

Romania – co.ro

Saint Lucia – co.lc

Serbia – co.rs

South Africa -co.za

Tajikistan – co.tj

Tanzania – co.tz

Thailand – co.th

Trinidad and Tobago – co.tt

Uganda – co.ug

United Kingdon – co.uk

US Virgin Islands – co.vi

Uzbekistan – co.uz

Venezuela – co.ve

Zambia – co.zm

Zimbabwe – co.zw

Let us know if there should be any updates to this list.  To learn  more about the .co re-launch, please see http://www.encirca.com/html/co-reg.shtml

.Co Domain Removing Restrictions

An old domain name is being re-launched that will really shake-up and open-up the domain landscape for businesses worldwide. And, EnCirca is accepting applications now!

It’s .co! The suffix .co is universally recognized as an abbreviation for company. In fact, over twenty countries use .co as a second level domain name to depict just that, such as co.uk and co.jp. In a recent .co registry survey, 75 percent of respondents equated .co with “company”, “corporation,” or “commerce.”

The business case for owning a .co is clear – it’s an ideal platform for business and commerce – especially on an international basis.

The good news? As a new domain, there are millions of great domains available. By participating in the Sunrise or Landrush period, you’ll have first dibs on your preferred name to help develop or secure your brand online.  Remember, .co is not a restricted domain – it is open to all.

So, don’t delay! Get in before the rush and reserve your name today with EnCirca. The Sunrise period for global trademark holders is from April 26th through June 10th and is followed by Landrush for anyone interested in .co from June 21st through July 13th.

To check out more about .co, visit EnCirca’s .co domain page.