A .de domain is a domain with the country extension ".de" and is therefore a German top-level domain (TLD). It is used by the DENIC, the central registry for the allocation of domains with the country code extension ".de".
A .de domain can be used for websites, email addresses and other online services. It can be used for personal, business or institutional purposes. A .de domain is also often used for the location of a website to achieve a better local positioning.
A major advantage of using a .de domain is that it is a reputable and credible choice. Furthermore, it is easy to find a .de domain to register, as the DENIC has strict rules to which all domain owners must adhere.
The main disadvantage of using a .de domain is that it is only available to people or companies with a German address. This means that people who do not live in Germany will not be able to use .de domain can register.
The cost of registration of a .de domain depend on the Domain extension and the domain name. As a rule, the costs for the registration of a .de domain between 8 and 10 euros per year.
Since the DENIC is responsible for the allocation of .de domains, it ensures that all .de domains are reputable and credible. All registration applications must comply with the guidelines of the DENIC before they are approved.
To create a .de domain you need to contact one of the many registered domain registrars. You will then need to open an account and provide all the necessary information to register the domain.
The DENIC is the central registry for the allocation of .de domains. It is responsible for monitoring the registration policies and ensuring the seriousness and credibility of all .de domains.
The .de domain is a reputable and credible German top-level domain, which has been DENIC is managed. It can be used for websites, email addresses and other online services. The cost of registering a .de domain are inexpensive and registration is relatively simple. However, the use of a .de domain limited to persons or companies with a German address.« Back to Glossary Index