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We like stats part II

It has been a while since we last posted any stats on the blog. So we’re at it again. The below are stats for the .ie ccTLD. (Hint: There are discounts to celebrate at the bottom) Just like the last time the graphs really do speak for themselves. First up it’s the number of new […]

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Last Call On IE Domains For 2012

If you need to get a .ie domain name – be that a new domain name registration, a transfer or a holder update / change the clock is ticking .. The IEDR will be closed from tomorrow afternoon until 2013! So get your orders in today! If you have a pending .ie domain registration request […]

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Press Release: Blacknight Invite Customers To Fly Their Irish Flags Proudly with .IE Domains

We haven’t done any special offers or discounts on .ie so we’re really excited to unveil this one. The press release below goes into it a bit more, but here are the basics: If you buy an annual hosting plan (Minimus / Medius or Maximus) you can get a .ie domain name registration (or transfer) […]

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Press Release: Blacknight Lead the Market on .IE Domains – Growth Even in Difficult Economic Climate

We put out another press release earlier this morning in relation to .ie domain names. Domain sales and growth are always a good thing, but overthinking the reasons can lead to the media getting some rather odd views of how things work .. Here it is below: Blacknight lead the Market on .IE Domains Annual […]

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St Patrick’s Day Domain Special Blowout

Blacknight is a 100% Irish owned and run company. It’s something we’re very proud of. We’re also the only Irish ICANN accredited registrar, we’re the biggest Eurid registrar, the biggest Nominet registrar etc.,, (You get the point?) For 51 weeks of the year we don’t “push” our Irishness, or at least not overtly .. However, […]

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Upcoming Change To Pending IE Domain Registrations

The IE Domain Registry (IEDR) have informed us of a small change that they will be introducing to their processes. Currently any registration or modification request is valid for 30 days, so you have 30 days to provide the supporting documentation. As of April 8 2010 this period will be reduced to 27 days We […]

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