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TLD Registry wins Best Marketing award at China New gTLD Roadshow

Posted by on Nov 17, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

On Thursday November 13, in the closing minutes of the final day of Brandma's China New gTLD Roadshow, we were surprised and delighted to be awarded with the Best Marketing by a New gTLD trophy for 2014. In the presentation, in China's domain name capital of Xiamen, Brandma CEO and ICANN board member Ching Chiao praised the advances that TLD Registry has brought to the entire industry of fully-Chinese domain names. "No other registry has helped the awareness of the importance and value of Chinese domains as TLD Registry", said Chiao. The award was accepted by TLD Registry's Chief Marketing Officer Simon Cousins and China General Manager Jin Wang. Wang praised the work of other registries present on the promotional roadshow, including CNNIC (which administers .cn, .中国 (".China") .公司 (".company") and .网络 (".network"), Donuts (the largest single new gTLD registry), Rightside, Uniregistry, Huyi (owner of .商标 (.trademark"), and .世界 (".world"). "This award is the result of the incredibly hard work and creative strategic decisions of the entire TLD Registry team", said Cousins. "I'm enormously proud to be a part of the most dedicated Chinese domain name marketing team in the world". Brandma's China New gTLD Roadshow was staged in Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen and Xiamen during the first and second week of November 2014, and was the second annual event to be staged by the well-known Chinese Trademark Clearinghouse (TMCH) agency. TLD Registry is the world expert in Chinese domain names, and is the owner and operating registry for Dot Chinese Online (.在线) & Dot Chinese Website (.中文网). Share this: Email Twitter LinkedIn Google Facebook More Pocket Tumblr Pinterest Reddit Sina...

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TLD Registry's Simon Cousins Interviewed on Domain Name Wire Podcast

Posted by on Nov 13, 2014 in Domain Name Investing | 0 comments

In the November 10th episode of the popular Domain Name Wire Podcast, editor in chief Andrew Allemann spoke with TLD Registry’s CMO, Simon Cousins about the flourishing Chinese domain name market. Andrew mentions that Domain Holdings released their sales report for the past quarter, which states that a quarter of their sales were to buyers in China. Many top registries and registrars are crediting a large portion of their sales to the Chinese market. In the discussion between Simon and Andrew, Simon goes over myths about creating Chinese domain names, how Chinese people currently surf the web and how they will in the future, and what kind of Chinese domain names are considered premium domains to Chinese people. Most are aware that China has the world’s largest national population. However Simon reminds us that when looking at the Chinese market, investors must have a global outlook. Thriving and financially successful Chinese speaking people are not only in China’s mainland, but in fact living in almost every country of the world. For example, New York City is the home of the largest population of Chinese people who live outside of China. Numerals are a key feature to understand valuable Chinese domain names. In the Alexa Top 100 websites, 15 are numeric domains. The nuances of numbers in Chinese culture is detailed and opens up a market for profitability. Puns, symbolism, or references can all be derived from what seems to be a “random” combination of numbers to a non-Chinese speaker. In the podcast, Simon gives examples of each numeric nuance, showing the vast branches of semantics that emanate from combination of sounds and usage of numbers. Andrew and Simon then segue into how people in China use the web based on culture and language differences.  Referring to the 650 million Internet users in China, Simon states, “a portion of those are comfortable working with typing English letters and a much larger proportion are not comfortable working with English”. People who are not capable of using “QWERTY” keyboards go through portal sites, such as 163.com or hao123.com, that list thousands of different Chinese sites so people can simply click through the web. Simon also explains the difficulties that Chinese people stumble on when they are forced to type on keywords. Switching from English to Chinese and vice versa can be “universally annoying”. TLD Registry and other registries are taking away that annoyance with the provision of fully-Chinese domains. Non-English speakers around the world can now type in their own language in the address bar.  The availability of non-English domains, expands the Chinese domain market by attracting the whole Chinese speaking population. It no longer limits the Chinese domain market to Chinese...

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TLD Registry November Update

Posted by on Nov 10, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

TLD Registry November Newsletter 域通联达十一月新闻 Its the final quarter of 2014 and TLD Registry has had a record busy month in October. See what TLD Registry has accomplished and what is in the lineup for November! 越接近年末也是越忙碌与越多收获的时段,域通联达团队度过了一个忙碌的十月,也即将迎来同样忙碌的十一月。感谢关注我们的新闻简报! Upcoming Events 活动预告 2014 New gTLD Roadshow - Beijing (Nov 4), Shanghai (Nov 7), Shenzhen (Nov 11) , Xiamen (Nov 13) 11月4日-13日:2014新通用顶级域路演 -- 北京,台北,杭州,上海,深圳,厦门 TLD Registry’s new China General Manager, Jin Wang, will be leading our attendence at the upcomingBrandma.co roadshow in the first two weeks of November. The New gTLD Roadshowis a showcase for the latest developments and future outlook of new gTLDs in China. TLD Registry is a top-level sponsor of the roadshow, and Jin will be giving keynote presentations on the current state of Chinese IDNs at the Beijing and Xiamen events. For updates on Jin’s participation and keynote speech, follow TLD Registry on Twitter,Facebook, Weibo, Instagram, and LinkedIn! 11月前两个星期,域通联达新任中国区总经理将会带领团队共同参加中域国际中国新通用顶级域路演,路演将会在北京、台北、杭州、上海、深圳及厦门展开就新通用顶级域话题的系列讨论及讲座活动。王瑨会在北京和厦门中就中国国际化域名现状发表演讲。 想知道域通联达域名专家对中国国际化域名现状的看法吗?随时关注我们的微博@域通联达,了解最新动态! Startup Weekend - Hong Kong : November 14-16 11月14日-16日:香港创业周 On the weekend of November 14-16, TLD Registry will be sponsoring Startup Weekend in Hong Kong for the second year running. This weekend event in Hong Kong is especially exciting because many Chinese tech startups will also be in attendance. Startup Weekend is known as a global movement for entrepreneurs who are learning the fundamentals on how to build a company and successfully launch their ventures. TLD Registry will gain the opportunity to come together to share ideas, join workshops, form relationships, and start companies with people from cities all around the world. TLD Registry believes that it is essential to support startups so that they become enabled to expand the developments and business opportunities within the tech community. During this event, we will connect with these startups to encourage them and their partners to register a Dot Chinese Online and or Dot Chinese Websitedomain name as a solid investment for their successful futures. 11月14日至16日,域通联达将会参加第二届香港创业周活动。许多来自中国的科技创业企业将会参加本届创业周活动。域通联达致力于鼓励科技创新行业发展并邀请其注册有助于搜索引擎最优化的全中文域名。本次创新周中域通联达将会在各种活动中与创业者们交流经验并展示全中文域名独特的价值。 想知道本届创业周活动的进展情况吗?随时关注我们的微博@域通联达,了解最新动态! Internet Days Stockholm : November 24-25 11月24日-25日:斯德哥尔摩互联网日 This years’ Internet Days in Stockholm will feature a keynote speech from TLD Registry’s CEO Arto Isokoski! For the 14th consecutive year, the conference will be held at the Waterfront Congress Centre on November 24th and 25th. Organized by.SE (The Internet Infrastructure Foundation), an independent organization responsible for Sweden’s ccTLD and Internet development in Sweden, the conference will be shifted into a different approach this year. .SE hopes to create more of a forum for Internet influencers to come together and share ideas. We cannot wait to hear Arto’s speech and wish him the best of luck. If you would like to follow up on Arto’s keynote as well, just follow TLD Registry on our various social media: Twitter, Facebook, Weibo, Instagram, and LinkedIn! 斯德哥尔摩互联网日将会与11月24日-25日于海滨国会中心举行。域通联达CEO易书麒(Arto Isokoski)将会在互联网日期间发表主题演讲。会议通过15个论坛动从不同角度与互联网意见领袖们讨论互联网的发展。瑞典国码域名.SE拥有者互联网基础设施基金会组织策划。 想知道易书麒的演讲内容吗?随时关注我们的微博@域通联达,了解最新动态! New and Notable 近期要闻 Jin Wang Appointed GM of TLD Registry’s new Beijing Headquarters 域通联达在中国新总部开幕典礼上任命王瑨为中国区总经理 During TLD Registry’s grand opening ceremony of the new HQ in Beijing on October 24th, we were proud to announce the appointment of our new China General Manager, Jin...

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TLD Registry appoints first China General Manager

Posted by on Oct 28, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

October 28, 2014 - TLD Registry Ltd, the world’s leading Internationalized Domain Name “New gTLD” registry, today announced the appointment of the company’s first ever China General Manager. Mr. Jin Wang has joined the TLD Registry team, contributing a wealth of knowledge and expertise of the internet and domain name industries in China. “Our eight month search for the perfect China GM has been resolved with the best possible outcome,” said Arto Isokoski, CEO of TLD Registry. “Jin Wang’s proficiency in both international business and technology is a perfect fit for further elevating our successful business in China.” Wang formally began his duties on Sunday 12th October, the first day of the 51st ICANN Meeting in Los Angeles, California. Wang displays a modest demeanor, but it’s overshadowed by a lofty resume, inclusive of an impressive education and meaningful experience serving in multiple executive positions in the international business, technology, and domain name sectors. Wang received his bachelor’s degree in International Business at the Beijing University of Chemical Technology, graduating with first class honors, in the top 10 percentile. Wang’s time at BUCT was distinguished with many awards for academic performance and student leadership. During his undergraduate studies, Wang was selected as an exchange student to join an international business program at Lappeenranta University of Technology in Finland. After graduation, Wang travelled to Europe and earned a postgraduate MSc management degree from the prestigious Imperial College, London. Prior to joining TLD Registry, Wang served as the Business Operations Officer for the China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC) in Beijing, a consulting associate for IBM, and a consulting associate for the International Trademark Association (INTA). “We are completely confident that Jin’s extensive experience will translate into accomplishing the goals we have set for our world-leading Chinese top-level domains, Dot Chinese Online and Dot Chinese Website,” Isokoski said. Wang will be overseeing and managing all business operations for China, including registrar, media, government, and all other stakeholder relations. “The TLD Registry team has demonstrated a fundamentally excellent business plan and has the deep bench of talent to execute it,” Wang said, “I am thrilled to get started.” Share this: Email Twitter LinkedIn Google Facebook More Pocket Tumblr Pinterest Reddit Sina...

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TLD Registry opens China headquarters in "China's Silicon Valley"

Posted by on Oct 28, 2014 in News, News, News, News, News | 1 comment

On the afternoon of Friday 24th October, the world leader in Chinese domain names, TLD Registry opened its new China headquarters in Beijing's Zhongguancun, also known as "China's Silicon Valley". Home to an overwhelming majority of domestic and international tech and internet industry leaders, Zhongguancun is a thriving high tech district and the perfect base for our China region operations. Our opening ceremony was attended by VIPs including the Embassy of Finland's Minister Commercial, Mr Mikko Puustinen, the Service Delivery Center of the State Council Office for Public Sector Reform's Counsellor Mr Yu Yang, and the China Network Information Center's Deputy Director for Registrar Administration and International Business, Ms Chen Ting. Also honoring us with their presence were representatives from many of our China registrar partners, and China's media. Following speeches by Mr Yu, Ms Chen, Mr Puustinen, our CEO Arto Isokoski and our new China General Manager Mr Jin Wang, all guests enjoyed a Champagne toast and a banquet. Click on any of the photos below to open a full-screen slideshow! [AFG_gallery id='4'] Share this: Email Twitter LinkedIn Google Facebook More Pocket Tumblr Pinterest Reddit Sina...

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