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With the recent changes in the way Google and Yahoo are ranking country specific TLDs, Adam has put together a fantastic post listing all the official or best domain registrars for each ccTLD.
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from DaveDavis 2164 Days ago #
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Handy list Adam! Thanks.

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from agreen 2164 Days ago #
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Thanks for the Sphinn Dave.

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from hbond 2164 Days ago #
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Awesome resource Adam!

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from iBrian 2163 Days ago #
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Er, a quick look suggests that the links are to the over-seeing bodies over the different national domain registration processes, rather than general registrars for buying domains for each ccTLD. So a great reference piece, but does it have any real use outside of curiosity value?2c.

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from BrickMarketing 2163 Days ago #
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This is a fantastic beneficial resource -- thanks for sharing!

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from InternetMan 2163 Days ago #
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Check out this article about Geo-targeting for SEO by Milind Mody of eBrandz, Inc.http://www.websitemagazine.com/content/blogs/posts/articles/Geo_Targeting_Countries_For_SEO.aspx

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from agreen 2162 Days ago #
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@ibrian Good point however it was tough to "single out" a specific ccTLD domain registrar and give them my "thumbs up."   This give anyone the resource to find a specific provider and go from there.  Thanks for the comment.

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from NickWilsdon 2162 Days ago #
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@ibrianWe actually provide over 140 extensions at e3internet, which gives us one of the largest portfolios available. I have another 10 to add shortly as I’ve been organising connections with several East European Registries. http://www.e3internet.com/shop/check.phpI’m happy to give any fellow Sphinners a discount code, just send me a PM through here or Twitter.It does help to go through a Registrar rather than the Registry in some cases, as the sites/support are in another language and you may need guidence on specific regulations. For example, a RU domain registered for an individual requires a passport number but as a company, this is not needed.

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from NickWilsdon 2162 Days ago #
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@agreen Hey Adam, FF (3.0B5) is listing your site as an "attack site" and blocking it atm? Google’s showing the warnings too.

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from agreen 2162 Days ago #
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@Nick - we had an issue with our host, they had a virus attack on their box... we’ve since moved.  It is fixed but Google hasn’t removed the warning even though we have submitted a request through Webmaster Central

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from NickWilsdon 2162 Days ago #
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@agreenI’ve heard it’s also sensible to submit a re-check request direct to StopBadWare.orghttp://www.stopbadware.org/http://www.stopbadware.org/home/reviewinfoHTH

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from agreen 2161 Days ago #
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@Nick.Thanks for the link.  Big help.  Adam

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