Your Domains
Your cart is empty!

Protect your brand by registering other domain extensions. Don’t let your competitors snatch up valuable domain names or extensions.



What is

The domain is a subdomain of the .uk ccTLD which belongs to the United Kingdom. The domain was introduced in 1985 and is currently managed by Nominet UK. The creators of the domain originally intended for .gb to be used, however, UK academic networks had defined UK as the top-level domain a few months prior to completion of the worldwide list of ccTLDs. Currently, the domain is used like a .com, but for the United Kingdom with a wide variety of websites using the domain extension

Why Register a Domain?

You should consider registering a new domain if you are launching your new website for an audience primarily based in the United Kingdom. Own a true British domain for your quintessentially British business. The domain is a symbol of trust and legitimacy across Great Britain and is a classic domain.

Is the domain right for me?

The domain is mostly used with businesses and commercial entities in the United Kingdom. However, the domain is fairly generic and is often treated as an alt to the ever-popular TLD, .com, this means you can use for anything from a blog, photo gallery for your cats, and even a business. If your website showcases content that is for an audience primarily situated in the United Kingdom, then the TLD is the one for you!

How to Choose a Domain Name? (5 Tips to Do It Right)


Stay simple

Don’t get complicated. An easy-to-remember domain is always best.


Keep it on-brand

Stay true to your brand. Be distinct but choose a domain your audience will recognize.


Add now

Don’t wait until it’s too late. That perfect domain could be gone by tomorrow if you don’t grab it now.


Drop the hyphens

Just because the internet is high-tech doesn’t mean your domain name should be.


Consider your options

Grab similar domain names to protect your brand: .net, .org, .co, or even .photo.

Find a domain alternative

Frequently Asked Questions about the ccTLD