Proud to be .INdian

.IN Domain Name
.IN Domain Name

Every Year 15th August holds an important place in every Indian’s heart as it is a moment of pride and the time to celebrate our Independence from the British rule.

This day, the spirit of patriotism is palpable with everyone taking this opportunity to express their love and respect for the country. Flag hoisting, national anthem song, cultural programs, exhibitions are the most common ways to celebrate this day.

Why not, this time, celebrate this day with something that will keep your true Indian identity all along with you: Getting a .IN Domain for you or your business.

.IN is India’s top-level domain name and the most popular domain after .com. According to the data released by NIXI, total .IN registrations had crossed 1.5 Million mark by March 2012. .IN is the domain of choice for all Indian residents, individuals providing professional services in India, or Global organizations running their operations in India, or the Indian organizations providing services to India consumers.

Popularity of India is growing day by day, as the dominance of .COM and the belief of .COM being the global domain seems to be waning. Assumingly, it was generally believed that .com is the global domain extension and gets you additional benefits over other ccTLds and Gtlds for that matter. But, with the research and the studies done to understand if .Com is any better than the other Gtlds OR CcTLDS, in terms of Google ranking or acceptability, the myth has long been broken. It has been proved that there is no reason to believe that a .com is going to make your brand more popular than others. Irrespective of the domain extension, the popularity of your website depends upon several other technical and tactical factors.

So, make this Independence Day memorable by getting your true INDIAN online identity.

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