Anyone interested in forming an online presence on the island of Jersey can do so by registering a .je country code top-level domain.
.ph is the ccTLD for the Republic of the Philippines. Being a highly populous country allows a .ph domain name to stand out to a large number of people who will trust and recognize the ccTLD.
Egypt is a populous country and registering a .eg domain can enable your company or brand to reach out to the locals and millions of tourists that visit each year.
Register a .za, the ccTLD for South Africa, a country that encompasses a wide variety of cultures, languages and religions.
.au is the ccTLD for Australia. There are many benefits associated with registering a .au domain, allowing your business and brand to target the many communities found within this large country.
Registering a .sa domain name is recommended for individuals or businesses who are present in or connected to Saudi Arabia. .sa will allow you to reach a relevant and specific target audience.
.yu was a commonly used country code top-level domain that was previously assigned to Yugoslavia, however with the separation into Montenegro and Serbia, it has now expired. .me is currently being used for Montenegro and .rs for Serbia.
Liberia is a country found on the west African coast. Register a .lr domain to create a bond of trust with the Liberian people or display your personal connection to the country.
If you are looking to represent Georgia via the web, you can register a .ge domain name for your personal website, business or brand.
.cc is the ccTLD for Cocos (Keeling) Islands. By registering a .cc domain you can take advantage of the islands growing tourism or have it alternatively stand for Christian/ Catholic Church, cycling club or Creative Commons.