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With over 10 million registrations, the domain name extension is a fantastic web address to target visitors within UK. Websites built on domains show you have a local presence within the United Kingdom, giving your brand far more relevance to customers within the UK market place.

Creating a credible and local internet presence is vital for company's success, registering a it gives your visitor confidence that your website is local and your business is available during UK hours.

Only £8.15/pa

Still not sure?Key reasons to register web address: is a trusted domain extension

4 in 5 people prefer websites when searching or buying on-line**

Be part of a growing market

According to latest research, the UK's internet economy is growing at around 10% each year, get your business online now. says you do business in the UK says you believe in a safe, trusted experience for your customers.

Higher search engine ranking

Websites with .uk domain extension may rank higher for searches made within UK.

Explaining .co.ukWhat is .uk domain name?

Give your personal or business website the best online presence by registering the right .uk domain name today!

A .uk domain is an official ccTLD (country code top-level domain name) of United Kingdom. Nominet UK the official body behind .uk domains manages following second-level domains (SLDs) under the .uk namespace (see below video).

An unrestricted domain name, primarily used for commercial enterprises and businesses- largest and most popular SLD (second level domain) in the UK

Perfect for personal use such as online blogs, online photo albums, family & wedding websites, online resume, blog & more

An unrestricted domain name mainly used for non-commercial organisations such as charities, trades unions, political parties, and more &

Restricted second-level domains, primarily used for registered companies only - (Limited Company) and (Public Limited Company)

For UK Internet Service Providers such as NIC (Network Information Centre) & NOC (Network Operations Centre)

For schools where the definition of a school is given by the appropriate government agency.

** Research carried out by Nominet in 2012, visit for more information