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Show your love of technology with a .tech domain!

For the techy at heart

  • For the up and coming technology company
  • Be innovative with your unique .tech domain
  • The perfect domain for all websites related to technology
  • Technology is diverse - show your visitors at one sight which information you provide
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New .tech domains at 1&1 are prefect for up-and-coming technology companies

Looking for dynamic new ways to make your technology website more relevant? Then check out 1&1’s new top-level domain options made for specialized categories that will customize your site and grab the attention of potential visitors and customers. Major technology blogs and companies already know the best ways to optimize their websites online, so for those wanting to establish themselves or even gain exposure – the task can be difficult. In addition, with top-level domains like .com often hard to get due to their high demand, the new .tech domains are a great alternative as they increase your website’s relevance in an instant. In pre-reserving a .tech domain like www.computernews.tech, your website can stand out from the crowd as readers and customers know what your website or business is all about with a simple glance at your URL.

Register a .tech domain and represent innovation

There is no other field which is changing and developing as rapidly as technology, so making sure you stay updated with the latest trends and advancements is the only way to stay in the game. The same goes for the online presence of your blog or company website. Making sure that you can stay up-to-date with developments in social media and enhancing the design of your website will help you to retain your audience and customers. Reserving a .tech domain from 1&1 adds to these website developments. Illustrate to users that your website is innovative and more appropriate to technology than competitors. Websites like www.htmltips.tech for instance are concise and appear to be intended for the technology field. 1&1 have opened up a new avenue of great URL possibilities for your technology-based website - but you have to be quick! Be the first to reserve and register your perfect .tech domain name by clicking on the 1&1 domain page now.

The perfect domain for all websites related to technology

Any technology-related website operator looking to distinguish himself from the rest by having a memorable URL should take advantage of 1&1’s offers and register a .tech domain. Determined to make things easy for customers, 1&1 shape their services around you, so even if you happen to have the website hosted by another provider, you can still register your perfect domain from them. On the other hand, if you wish to switch and transfer your domain to 1&1, the process is also easy when clicking over to the Domain Transfer page. From registering a new domain to making use of another 1&1 service, 1&1 couldn’t have made processes easier! And for even further support, 1&1 run a customer support helpline on standby 24/7, so you will always have a team of professionals on stand-by where ever you are.

Register your new .tech domain at 1&1

For any technology blogs or companies in the technology field wanting to make an instant impression online, it’s best to register a .tech top-level domain. The process is simple and pre-reserving a top-level domain is free, which is great if you need time to consider other .tech domain combinations. Have peace of mind knowing that your reserved URL won’t get snapped up by someone else in the process! While you are at it, why not see if other 1&1’s services are of relevance to your website with 1&1 e-mail solutions and MyWebsite offers. If you are hoping to have everything for your technology-related website sorted in one place, then do it with 1&1.