We want to offer our customers the best service possible, hence we are offering this promotion on .CH domain names.
Luxembourg (PRWEB) April 24, 2012
The latest EuroDNS promotion gives businesses and individuals the opportunity to register with this popular domain name extension, .CH; communicating directly with a Swiss audience, whilst remaining accessible to the rest of the world. Register a Swiss domain name to protect online businesses, creating a memorable and unique web address.
Experience a significant increase in traffic by registering a Swiss domain name. With no restrictions on who may apply, and no limit to the number of domain names any individual or company use, registering a .CH domain name is simple. The length of .CH domain names can be from three to 63 characters, and since March 2004, may contain accented characters.
SWITCH, the registry in Switzerland administering the .CH domain names since the Internet began, implemented, in November 2010, a new security procedure to combat malware. Despite Swiss websites being amongst the most secure in the world, they were experiencing a rise in websites spreading malicious software. The new security check alerted SWITCH to any possible abuse; the site owner was then contacted and given the opportunity to remedy the problem. If the situation was not addressed within one working day, SWITCH blocked the domain name.
At EuroDNS all that’s needed to register a domain name is under one roof, ensuring a secure and stress-free process. Experience a unique and memorable web address with the .CH extension, communicating on a personal level with the audience in Switzerland.
.CH is the Internet country code top level domain (ccTLD) for Switzerland. The .CH domain comes from Confœderatio Helvetica, the Latin name for the country, introduced after the formation of the federal state in 1848.
More than just cuckoo clocks
Geneva is the birth place of the Red Cross and the Geneva Conventions, also housing a large number of international organizations, including the United Nations Human Rights Council. It is a founding member of the European Free Trade Association, but is not a member of the European Union, or the European Economic area; joining the EU has been frozen due to the population consistently rejecting membership. Historically, Switzerland remains neutral and avoids alliances that may entail military, political or direct economic action.
Switzerland is one of the richest countries in the world and possesses the highest wealth per adult of any other country in the world.
The LHC (Large Hadron Collider) tunnel, built by CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research) is the world’s largest particle physics laboratory, situated in Geneva, it was also the birth place of the World Wide Web.
So much chocolate, so little time; the Swiss are the world’s largest consumers of chocolate and most Swiss chocolate produced, is eaten by themselves.
Made in Switzerland since the 18th century, the invention of conching and tempering compounded the quality of the chocolate immeasurably. Conching was invented by Rodolphe Lindt in 1879, previously chocolate was conched (agitated) for as little as six hours; legend has it that Rodolphe left a mixer running overnight and after his initial distress, realized the huge improvement to the consistency of the chocolate. Good quality chocolate is now mixed for up to 72 hours. Tempering is the final process in producing chocolate. To achieve a uniform sheen and crisp bite, rather than crumbling, small cocoa butter crystals are produced during this process.
The EuroDNS promotion
Daniel Eisenhut, Chief Sale Officer, EuroDNS said, “We want to offer our customers the best service possible, hence we are offering this promotion on .CH domain names. We believe individuals and companies adopting this extension will experience an increase in traffic to their site, whilst reaching out to one of the richest countries in the world.”
Daniel continued, “I would like to remind our customers that EuroDNS does not only register domain names; we offer a wide range of solutions and services to help our customers with their domain needs. The list, constantly evolving to reflect the needs of our customers, includes cloud computing services. For more information, customers can visit our website www(dot)eurodns(dot)com or speak to one of our sales representatives at sales(at)eurodns.com.”
To register or transfer an existing .CH domain at the unbeatable price of €7.99, visit our website, and enter promo code: PRCH12A, valid until May 8, 2012.
Please check out the offers page on our website to find more promotions on domain extensions offered by EuroDNS.
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EuroDNS is a domain name registrar specialized in international domain extensions. Based in Luxembourg with branch offices in Europe, the USA and Asia with AsiaDNS, EuroDNS serves a large variety of clients ranging from SMEs to some of the world’s largest Domain Investors and offers dedicated naming solutions to Trademark holders. By strongly participating in leading industry forums including ICANN and the International Trademark Association, EuroDNS seeks to promote e-Commerce and wider Internet adoption.