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  1. #31
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    Yes, awesome domains such as finance.com.mx is available for 74. Only reason I believe is that mx is very poor cyberwise, i.e. not many internet users.

  2. #32
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    Actually, price is $35 if you go directly to nic.mx and can wade through the Spanish-only site.

    I think that mx domains in some industries like tourism and international trade show promise. ABOUT.com.mx (mine), for example, could have content targetted towards foreigners seeking info about Mexico. Businessmen and tourists would be likely site visitors.

    Finance.com.mx wouldn't be so hot because then who would go to such a site? Locals probably have a different word for finance, and foreigners wouldn't go to mexico to seek financing.

  3. #33
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    The results of this poll have been published in the DNJournal:

    http://www.dnjournal.com/columns/extensionpoll.htm

    but the poll is still open. Please vote before reading the results.
    Thank you.

  4. #34
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    Originally posted by Manic
    .US is officially open to foreign registrations.

    Not sure if they are limited to certain countries though...
    That's the first thing I hear from it. Is .us really open for foreign registrations without giving a fake US address like many Europeans did ?

  5. #35
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    Re: Two-Step Poll: Extension Preference by Country

    Originally posted by DomeBase
    DomainState/DNJournal Two-Step Poll:
    Extension Preference by Country


    Introduction:

    The purpose of this poll is to measure preference for domain extensions (such as .COM, .NET, etc.) by country of residence. The poll has two steps. Please read the instructions before voting.

    First Step:

    Find your country in the list below. If your country's name has a link, then click on this link to go to your country's page. If your country does not yet have a link, then please let us know in a comment below and we will create a link. Countries are listed in descending order of estimated internet users.

    Second Step:

    When you get to your country's page, please vote for those extensions that you think are worthwhile for registering and/or developing domains -- considering the quality of domains available and the prices to obtain those domains (by registering or by purchasing from others depending on availability). You may vote for multiple extensions.

    Click on Your Country (or comment if no link):

    United States (166,000,000)
    Japan (47,080,000)
    United Kingdom (33,000,000)
    Germany (33,300,000)
    China (26,500,000)
    Korea, South (22,230,000)
    Italy (19,250,000)
    Canada (14,440,000)
    Brazil (11,940,000)
    France (11,700,000)
    Taiwan (11,600,000)
    Australia (10,060,000)
    Russia (9,200,000)
    Netherlands (8,700,000)
    Spain (7,380,000)
    Sweden (5,640,000)
    India (5,000,000)
    Malaysia (4,100,000)
    Turkey (4,000,000)
    Hong Kong (3,930,000)
    Argentina (3,880,000)
    Poland (3,500,000)
    Mexico (3,420,000)
    Switzerland (3,410,000)
    Austria (3,000,000)
    Denmark (2,930,000)
    Belgium (2,807,000)
    Norway (2,450,000)
    South Africa (2,400,000)
    Thailand (2,300,000)
    Finland (2,270,000)
    Singapore (2,120,000)
    Indonesia (2,000,000)
    Philippines (2,000,000)
    Portugal (2,000,000+)
    Israel (2,000,000)
    New Zealand (1,780,000)
    Chile (1,750,000)
    Greece (1,330,000)
    Ireland (1,250,000)
    Pakistan (1,200,000)
    Hungary (1,200,000)
    Czech Republic (1,100,000)
    Venezuela (950,000)
    Colombia (878,000)
    Romania (800,000)
    Ukraine (750,000)
    United Arab Emirates (735,000)
    Slovakia (700,000)
    Slovenia (600,000)
    Bulgaria (585,000)
    Saudi Arabia (570,000)
    Egypt (560,000)
    Estonia (540,000)
    Yugoslavia (400,000)
    Peru (400,000)
    Uruguay (370,000)
    Lithuania (341,000)
    Latvia (310,000)
    Lebanon (300,000)
    Tunisia (280,000)
    Costa Rica (250,000)
    Iran (250,000)
    Kenya (250,000)
    Morocco (220,000)
    Jordan (210,000)
    Croatia (200,000)
    Ghana (200,000)
    Puerto Rico (200,000)
    Algeria (180,000)
    Ecuador (180,000)
    Belarus (180,000)
    Iceland (168,000)
    Kuwait (165,000)
    Vietnam (160,000)
    Papua New Guinea (135,000)
    Sri Lanka (121,500)
    Cyprus (120,000)
    Tanzania (115,000)
    Bahrain (105,000)
    Macedonia, The Former Yugoslav Republic of (100,000)
    Luxembourg (100,000)
    Nigeria (100,000)
    Oman (90,000)
    Mauritius (87,000)
    Kazakhstan (85,000)
    Bolivia (78,000)
    Qatar (75,000)
    Guatemala (65,000)
    West Bank (60,000)
    Cuba (60,000)
    Gaza Strip (60,000)
    Jamaica (60,000)
    Macau (60,000)
    Kyrgyzstan (51,600)
    Benin (50,000)
    Nepal (50,000)
    Sudan (50,000)
    Panama (45,000)
    Trinidad and Tobago (42,800)
    Honduras (40,000)
    Malta (40,000)
    Senegal (40,000)
    El Salvador (40,000)
    Botswana (33,000)
    Syria (32,000)
    Bangladesh (30,000)
    Armenia (30,000)
    Angola (30,000)
    Mongolia (30,000)
    Madagascar (30,000)
    Zimbabwe (30,000)
    Namibia (30,000)
    Brunei (28,000)
    Bermuda (25,000)
    Uganda (25,000)
    Dominican Republic (25,000)
    Andorra (24,500)
    New Caledonia (24,000)
    Mozambique (22,500)
    Ethiopia (20,000)
    Paraguay (20,000)
    Cameroon (20,000)
    Georgia (20,000)
    Togo (20,000)
    Sierra Leone (20,000)
    Nicaragua (20,000)
    Libya (20,000)
    Greenland (17,800)
    Belize (15,000)
    Moldova (15,000)
    Malawi (15,000)
    Zambia (15,000)
    Gabon (15,000)
    Yemen (14,000)
    Bahamas, The (13,100)
    Iraq (12,500)
    Virgin Islands (12,000)
    Eritrea (12,000)
    Azerbaijan (12,000)
    Albania (12,000)
    Suriname (11,700)
    Reunion (10,000)
    Mali (10,000)
    Burkina Faso (10,000)
    Cote dIvoire (10,000)
    Cape Verde (8,000)
    Guinea (8,000)
    Uzbekistan (7,500)
    Fiji (7,500)
    Mauritania (7,500)
    Sao Tome and Principe (6,500)
    Cambodia (6,000)
    Seychelles (6,000)
    Barbados (6,000)
    Haiti (6,000)
    Maldives (6,000)
    Laos (6,000)
    Swaziland (6,000)
    Guam (5,000)
    Gambia, The (5,000)
    Rwanda (5,000)
    French Polynesia (5,000)
    Antigua and Barbuda (5,000)
    Saint Lucia (5,000)
    Martinique (5,000)
    Grenada (4,100)
    Lesotho (4,000)
    Guadeloupe (4,000)
    Aruba (4,000)
    Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (3,500)
    Bosnia and Herzegovina (3,500)
    Niger (3,000)
    Solomon Islands (3,000)
    Faroe Islands (3,000)
    Vanuatu (3,000)
    Guyana (3,000)
    Micronesia, Federated States of (2,000)
    Burundi (2,000)
    French Guiana (2,000)
    Dominica (2,000)
    Netherlands Antilles (2,000)
    Tajikistan (2,000)
    Saint Kitts and Nevis (2,000)
    Turkmenistan (2,000)
    Guinea-Bissau (1,500)
    Central African Republic (1,500)
    Congo, Democratic Republic of the (1,500)
    Comoros (1,500)
    Djibouti (1,400)
    Kiribati (1,000)
    Tonga (1,000)
    Chad (1,000)

    Results:

    The results of this poll have been published in the DNJournal on 10/23/2003:

    http://www.dnjournal.com/columns/extensionpoll.htm


    but the poll is still open. Please vote before reading the results.
    Thank you.

    I think some of these numbers cannot be right... it would surprise me that from the less than 20000 Vanuatuans there would have more than 10% of the population with a home computer (let alone internet) while in a country with millions of people like Congo DR only 1500 people would have internet (probably that many internet users in just one part of Kinshasa alone ?)

    and if these numbers are right almost every single inhabitant of Andorra (including 80 years olds and babies) would have internet



    Don't get me wrong, no intentions of mocking with the poll organiser. This is a great setup ! But the sources who provided these numbers must have made some mistakes for sure ?


    Apart from that: I am Belgian but live in Ireland since 4 months now. So do I have to vote for Belgium or Ireland ? Native country or home country ?

  6. #36
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    Originally posted by StanMy
    how about Malaysia? Am i the only one here?
    One more here. Hi Stan.

    Thanks for an interesting thread domey.

  7. #37
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    Nigeria!

    Hi,Could u please add nigeria?

  8. #38
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    Nigeria!

    Hi,Could u please add nigeria?

  9. #39
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    Internet in Ukraine

    Penetration of Internet in Ukraine is 20.6% (urban population 12+)

    This is definitely way more than 750,000 users given Ukraine's population of 46,5 mln

    Please create the link

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