Digital domain name search engine Name.com has become Australia’s most visited domain, according to DomainMarket.com, a website that tracks domain market trends.
The search engine also gained the No. 1 spot for the second straight month, taking over the top spot from Google.
Digital Domain Name Search engine Name .com has been named Australia’s Most Visited Domain in 2017.
https://t.co/3oQH8nYWxC — DomainMarket (@DomainMarket) May 12, 2018 DomainMarket says that DomainMarket has a comprehensive data collection on the domain name market, and has ranked names as of January.
The website says that in 2017, Name.org took the top spots for the first time in its history.
The site also says that the top three most searched domains in the world in 2017 were Name.co, NameBank and Name.ie.
The rankings show that in 2016, Name was the most searched domain in the U.S. but that in the United Kingdom, Name dropped from the top two spots to No. 12.
Name.net was also the most visited in Europe, but it slipped to No 1 in 2017 for the same reason.
The website also ranked the top 25 most popular domains in Europe for the month of May.
For 2017, it’s the top 10.
This is not surprising, given that the company has expanded into Australia.
In 2017, its global network of over 1,500 domain registrars, which includes more than 500 domain name registrings in Australia, registered nearly 1.3 million domains.
As with all new companies, Name also announced that it was looking for a new CEO to lead the company for the foreseeable future.
The company says it is hiring an external candidate and expects to announce the new CEO in the near future.
DomainMarket.co was founded in 2015 by an Australian entrepreneur and a computer scientist.
The firm was later bought by a U.K.-based company, GlobalDomainSearch.com.
Domains are short for domain names.
The internet was launched in the mid-1990s.
DomainMarket shows that Domain.com took the number one spot in 2017 with the domain names .com, .org, .net and .org.au.
In 2017, DomainMarket was the fastest growing company in Australia.
The domain growth was led by a 25% increase in registrations, and the number of registered domain names was up 17% to 1.2 million.
The company says that it will continue to grow the brand and the brand of its search engine and will continue the development of new products and services for the search industry.
Read more about domain name trends in the DomainMarket database.