2023/01/302 min read

European CCTLD's have 58% marketshare


European ccTLDs | October 2022

  • The European market1 is estimated at 115 million domain registrations of which 58% are national ccTLDs, 31% .com and 11% other gTLDs.
  • Demand2 for European ccTLDs increased over Q3 2022 similar to the pattern last year and in the years prior to the pandemic. The demand ratio is currently being driven to some extent by a reduction in deletions (as opposed to a boost in new domain creations).
  • Median growth was 2.0% in the year to October 2022 (down from the 6 month average). The median renewal ratio has trended up to 84.7%.
  • Registrar (retail) prices of European ccTLD registrations have been increasing over the past 12 months, with a recently recorded median of 10.2 EUR (incl. tax) – up from 8.6 EUR 12 months prior.
  • The rate of parked domains and domains with no web content has remained stable over the quarter at 26% and 28% respectively. The proportion of domains which are used for developed web content is 46% of which 69% have forced https (SSL certificate) - up slightly from last quarter.
2023/01/271 min read

Domain Pricing by Companies - .IN and .CO.IN

Companies / Business invest 1000's of dollars on purchasing .in and .co.in domains, then they invest millions on developing them into a business, how much should the domain names be valued now


2023/01/212 min read

e-Commerce Market in India to hit $165 Billion by 2025


The ecommerce penetration in India is still about 8.5% of the total population.

India has emerged as the hottest ecommerce market in the world, a central battleground for e-retailer giants Jio, Walmart, Amazon, and eBay, among others. India’s ecommerce market is expected to hit $165B by 2025, according to a report on "Beyond Ecommerce 3.0" by Kalaari Capital. The potential of D2C (direct-to-consumer) brands alone is massive. One of the fastest-growing ecommerce segments, D2C brands are expected to clock $50 billion in sales by 2025. Most of their revenue, however, continues to come from listing their products on marketplaces. There are more than 180 million addressable online shoppers in India—higher than the combined populations of the UK and Australia.

Read more at: https://yourstory.com/2023/01/e-commerce-segments-d2c-brands-expected-clock-50-billion-in-sales-by-2025-report

2023/01/153 min read

Domain Market Report - India from 2020


Author(s): Mr. Raj Kumar Shahi , Mansi Kedia, Richa Sekhani, Gangesh Varma, Ujjwal Krishna and Raj Kumar Shahi 

On the back of a vibrant Internet ecosystem in India, thrives a rapidly growing domain name market. Domain name registrations counts in India recorded a total of 5 million in May 202045 . In the absence of a centralised system for data collection, statistics on the domain name market are available from multiple sources, often different from each other. Registrations in India, however, account for only 1.24 percent of the global market. 46 . The popularity of “.com” is also observable in India. As a legacy TLD it commands almost 51% of the domain name market in India. Stakeholder discussions revealed that .com and .in are the first and second most preferred domain names respectively in India as was also concluded from the survey results analysed in section 4.The top 3 TLDs in India include .com, .in and .org with their respective share being 50.68%, 31.14% and 4.41% respectively.

Despite the growth in domain name registrations, India is still far behind several countries in overall domain penetration ratio. Defined as the number of domains per 1000 Internet users, the domain penetration ratio in India is 1.12%, compared to China which sits at 3.3% and the US at 38%. Moreover, domain registrations are concentrated49in a few states. Maharashtra, Delhi/ NCR, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka account for 50% of the total registrations; states where Internet usage, online businesses and startups are thriving. Moreover, there are relatively fewer registrants who actively use their domain names when compared to developed and other developing countries. A report by dataprovider.com analysed 260 million domain registrations and found that only 1 million (57.9%) of those had developed50websites. Of these 57.1% were used by businesses and 39.8 % as personal websites. Of the developed websites, about 2.1% websites are used by e-commerce platforms and 1% for blogging51 . Interestingly, a significant proportion of registered domains continue to remain undeveloped (in this sample 42.1%). This reflects the lack of meaningful utilization of domain names by registrants in India.

2023/01/086 min read

.CN vs .IN Current Domain Name Registrations

.CN comprises of 52% of all domains registered in China. You think .IN will be headed this way in India , why not ? In most developed countries (.de, .co.uk, .ca , .com.au and more) the country code TLD , dominates business websites and branding.

Considering only 3 million (.IN and .CO.IN Domains) have been registered, the future is quite bright and expect huge growth this decade . Released for public registrations and global registrations in 2005, the .IN overall numbers have lagged with very low Domain Names per capita for India. This will change in the decade ahead .
Source : https://www.cnnic.com.cn .

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