Introducing .AG, the ccTLD of Antigua and Barbuda

Continuing with more “A” ccTLDs, the next one we want to highlight is .AG, the official country code Top-Level-Domain of the beautiful island of “Antigua and Barbuda”.

Antigua and Barbuda Facts*:

  • Located East to South-East of Puerto Rico between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic
  • Estimated population of 86,000.
  • 37,500 Telephone Lines in use (est. 2006)
  • 2,215 Internet Hosts
  • 60,000 Internet Users

The .AG Registry:

Introducing the ccTLD of Austria dot AT

Allow HEXONET to provide you with some more detailed information on our ccTLDs offerings through a series of ccTLD Postings.

Some basic facts about NIC.AT:

  • Anyone worldwide can register an .AT domain, there are no restrictions
  • Official registry behind .AT is NIC.AT
  • Extensions that are open for registration: .AT, .co.AT & .or.AT
  • Min. / Max. length of a .AT Domain: 3 - 63 characters
  • IDN Capable: YES

Some stats on .AT Registrations:

[update] HEXONET at event "Domainvermarkterforum" in Cologne

Wie jedes Jahr findet auch in 2009 wieder das Domainvermarkterforum statt. Diesmal haben sich die Veranstalter für die wunderschöne Dom-Stadt Köln als Veranstaltungsort entschieden. Das Event startet am 3. September 2009 und endet am 4. September 2009 mit einer großen Domain-Live-Versteigerung.

Die HEXONET GmbH wird über beide Tage an dieser Veranstaltung teilnehmen und mit einem eigenen Messestand ausführlich über deren Angebote informieren.

Sie sind herzlich eingeladen die HEXONET an Ihrem Stand zu besuchen.

Updates on the HEXONET Control Panel

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  • Aug 13, 2009

First and foremost, I'd like to thank all of you for your patience and your tremendous feedback since the new HEXONET Control Panel went live May 4th 2009.
Building a new customer control panel completely from scratch is always a challenge, for which the most important criteria for success is the valuable feedback from active users and businesses who depend on HEXONET.


Unifying ccTLDs

The Good, Bad and the Ugly

Being an active and vocal participant in the Domain industry for the better part of a decade has allowed me to see both the good and bad in our business.  Of the good things, in fact very good, has been country code Top-Level-Domains (ccTLDs).  Country code TLDs are simple to understand, easily associated with, and even evoke a sense of ownership (patriotism), which is the perfect formula for a successful TLD.

Where's the Beef in New gTLDs

A fundamental and value rule of thumb in developing a new product or service is having an answer for the five w's (who, what, when, where, why), or in Product Management lingo, what is the value proposition? Invariably, the stronger the value proposition the better the likelihood of success for a new product or service.

Which TLD is right for me?

With the volume and variety of TLDs (Top-Level Domains) available to individuals or companies today, I am convinced that most registrants are overwhelmed by selecting the right set of TLDs that they need. "Which TLD is right for me?" is a simple question, but it is a hard question to answer properly.


Welcome to the HEXONET Blog.

We would like to welcome you to our new HEXONET blog.  Over the next weeks, months we will begin posting articles on generic Top-Level-Domains, country code Top-level-Domains, new Top-Level-Domains, Domain Technology, Domain Industry, Business Related to Registries, as well as new developments within HEXONET such as new products, control panel enhancements, ...etc.

If there is anything specific you would like us to write about, please do not hesitate to contact us with your suggestions.