Useful information about .cn domains
Trends & General Information
The People's Republic of China has its own, very popular, country-specific top-level domain with the .cn domain. It is especially popular with companies that are primarily active in the Chinese market. The registered domains are managed by the "China Internet Network Information Center".
Unfortunately, not every Internet user worldwide can buy and register an Internet address with the Chinese top-level domain - since 2009, the procurement guidelines have been adjusted and updated by now it is only reserved for companies to buy or register a .cn domain whose owner, administrator and contact comes from China, Hong Kong or Macau. However, easyname offers you the possibility of a so-called trustee service - we register your personal .cn desired domain to a competent trustee in the People's Republic of China. Thus, despite the strict guidelines, you enjoy the enormous benefits of the .cn domain.
You want to buy or register your personal .cn domain, but still have questions about the order process and the fiduciary service of easyname? Our service team is happy to answer your inquiries - just write us a message via the contact form or contact us directly by e-mail at email@example.com.
Further information on .cn domains
The .cn domain ending is particularly popular with Chinese companies, who underline the country-specific top-level domain national orientation to the Chinese market. Especially in terms of the high population of the People's Republic of China, the domain is particularly sought after, as local search engines evaluate the .cn domain very high and a variety of Internet users are addressed. Administrators have been able to buy or register the .cn domain since January 1990 - the age of the top-level domain has earned a high reputation, which both search engines and Internet users value.
Your Personal .cn Internet address must meet some requirements, so that you can buy them: You have between 3 and 63 characters available. Unfortunately, special characters are not allowed, but numbers within the domain name and purely numerical domains are.
Especially in Asia many local top-level domains (ccTLDs) are related to the .cn domain: For example, the .jp domain for Japan or the .tw domain for Taiwan.
The .cn domain is one of the world's most ambitious and widely used country-specific top-level domains. In addition to the American .com domain and the German .de domain, the. cn domain is popular because of the large number of Chinese companies. In 2008 China's top-level domain overtook the German ccTLD for the first time and recorded more than 12 million registered domains - however, due to the stricter procurement guidelines, the number of registered internet addresses dropped again.
Due to the relatively strict allocation guidelines, a large part of the attractive Internet address is still available. easyname allows you to easily and conveniently register your desired domain via the trustee service - if you have any questions, you can contact our support at firstname.lastname@example.org.