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It is confirmed – .ME has passed 1,000,000 registrations

.ME registry has officially confirmed in a public announcement that they have passed one million domain milestone! To celebrate this achievement they designed an infographic with stats on the .ME usage, distribution and growth.

Long or short? .ME research by WhoAPI

WhoAPI has published an interesting infographics, which we repost with their permission.  

ME is #9 TLD traded all times

Despite being relatively a young kid in the world of top-level domain names (TLDs), .ME appeared to be number 9 globally traded ones. Preceded only by .com, .de, .net, .org, .uk, .mobi, .info, .eu and leaving big and older players like .tv and .fr behind. These stats can be found in DNPric.es stats section.

.ME remains the fastest growing European TLD

According to the latest report from Council of European National Top Level Domain Registries, .ME remains the highest growing European top-level domain:

Millennials: The Me Me Me Generation

One of the best reads on The Me Me Me Generation – Millennials by TI.ME.

Grow with .ME – Official infographics

.ME registry has just published interesting infographics:

How much for a LLL.ME?

Three letter domain names are scarce, sort of. With 26 letters, there are only 17,576 of LLL.ME ones. When it comes to pricing, deriving the right number can be difficult. Brands-and-Jingles, being currently busy with one premium transaction, has compiled some small research on the subject. This post will present the respectful findings.

All you need to know about the great .ME sumMEr sale: 5 – 12 July 2012

As it was announced two weeks earlier, Brands-and-Jingles is releasing 190 premium and affordable .ME names priced in the range of $149.00 and $999.00. The names are now listed on Sedo and the bids will be accepted between 5th of July (17:00 CET ) and 12th of July (17:00 CET). Having received many enquiries about [...]

Linked.Me

Though .ME may sound personal, the findings of the study presented below prove it is as much as professional. To take on this hypothesis, let us turn to LinkedIn, de facto the leading business directory. A simple search for “me” or “.me” (both returning the identical results) though limited to 1000 results reveals a lot [...]

.ME: Prefix vs Suffix

Until today we have only being focusing on “me” as the suffix. However based on the recent LDS research findings, it appears that “me” is also a popular prefix.

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