News

Get the latest news from Afilias and its Industry Experts.

In the News

Syndicate content
links posted by afilias
Updated: 1 hour 55 min ago

.ORGANIC. Get your .ORGANIC. No, seriously, get your .ORGANIC! - Portland Business Journal

Aug 14, 2014
For those interested in protecting their online identity and reputation, it is an opportunity not to be missed.

Domain ending .organic latest address to enter digital marketplace | MSN Travel

Jul 09, 2014
Created to help users quickly identify business with clear domain endings, the online trend has moved to the organic food movement, with global registry services provider Afilias bringing the generic domain to the web.

Consumer trust in branded domains reaches new high | ITProPortal

Jul 02, 2014
"Even before they have all fully launched, consumers are warming to the notion of new domains. The research reinforces our belief that within five years most global brands will be operating from dotBrand Internet addresses.”

Brand gTLDs increasingly trustworthy: Afilias report | Trademarks & Brands Online

Jul 02, 2014
People are more likely to buy goods from a .brand generic top-level domain (gTLD) than they were last year, a report by Afilias has found. The domain name registry recently sampled 3,469 internet users in the UK and US, following a similar survey last year. Since 2013, Afilias found, the portion of respondents who would prefer to buy from ‘shop.adidas’ over ‘adidas.com/shop’ has risen from 13% to 18%. The data also show that 13% of people would feel that companies will be “behind the times” if they don’t use a .brand gTLD. Roland LaPlante, chief marketing officer at Afilias, said: “Major global brands are now preparing to launch their own .brand domains in order to capitalize on the branding, security and customer experience advantages they will now have over competitors. “Brands without these advantages must prepare quickly for ICANN to open the next window, as consumers are showing an increasing willingness to accept and even trust these new addresses.”