Germany: The World's Top Consumer with Domain Names registration.**
Germany hits the bull's eye once again. Recently, they have been declared as the world's second top consumer for domain names next to the United
States. This is no surprise to a lot of people since Germany holds the title for having the largest number of internet users in Europe. The rules in
domain names registration are lenient that is why Germans are so engrossed with domain names registration. The cost of domain names also is so
cheap that anybody can avail of this. If you will look at the statistics of domain names and domain names registration in Germany, you will conclude
that Germany is really taking advantage of the domain names global trend today. The Germans are taking over domain names and online business
slowly little by little.
It was reported that the count of Internet users in Germany is about thirty-five million. On the other hand, the registered .de domain name is 6.5 million.
Germany has turned itself to a country of domains and it's people, domain savvy fanatics. Their CNO, which stands for .com, .net and .org, is about
two million while Schlunde.de, a German info registrar is by far the largest today. With these statistics to back Germany up, they will surely conquer
online business world in a few years time.
The release of .de domain names by the University of Dortmund Internet department in 1991, marked the conception of a long successful domain
industry in Germany. Then in 1996 DENIC, the German co-operative was established by German Internet Providers and became the center source for
.de domain names registry. DENIC follows the same policies of .com domains. The main rule is that anyone can have a domain name if they have an
address in Germany. It doesn't follow the costumer's adage "first come, first serve basis."
In Germany, most of the websites' homepage have the .de domains, which are very popular to them. Those that have a .com, are not really thriving in
Germany. Currently, .info is also becoming famous, but the exp