The .eu Domain is the country code top-level domain for the European Union and was introduced in April of 2005. The domain is available for registration to any person, company, or organization based in the European Union, as well as Iceland, Liechtenstein, or Norway. The domain is very popular with websites that conduct a lot of cross-border business in various countries belonging to the European Union or websites with content that caters to a European audience. The domain is also quite popular with those who have a strong European identity.
You should register a .eu domain if you conduct business with countries within the European Union or your website’s content is stylized for a European Audience. The .eu domain extension works great in conjunction with .com or other ccTLDs to give your website a global reach. Because the TLD is only open to organizations and residents of countries within the European Union, having a .eu domain gives legitimacy to your business and inspires trust from your customers.
Say bonjour to your French customers, hola to your Spanish customers, and more with a .eu domain for your website. Whether your website is a blog focused on the best vacation spots in Europe, or you’re a business that trades with multiple European countries, the .eu domain is perfect for widening your website’s reach. Show customers and visitors in the EU you have high standards and you are covered by all the trading laws and standards in the EU with a .eu domain.
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No. In order to register a .eu domain, you must be a business or resident (citizen) of a member state of the European Union, Iceland, Norway, or Liechtenstein. Additionally, residents and businesses located in the United Kingdom are no longer eligible to register .eu domains due to Brexit.
Absolutely! The .eu domain inspires confidence in your customers knowing you are a legitimate business registered and operating within the European Union. If you’re a blogger, this gives your readers confidence knowing you are located in the EU and know what you’re talking about because you’ve probably been there. This gives you and your content or products credibility and trustworthiness.
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