Famous Four Media Reaches 500,000 Domain Name Registrations

famousfourmedia_newlogoEarlier today, the number of domain names in Famous Four Media registries surpassed half a million. This equates to nearly 10% of all domains registered under ICANN’s new gTLD program.

Of course the number includes 300,000 .SCIENCE and 143,000 .PARTY free domain names.

“We are delighted in rapid growth in the registries under our management” said Andy Churley, CMO of Famous Four Media, the registry management company for 16 new domain extensions. “The go-to-market approach FFM has adopted is clearly striking a chord with the public and to have reached 500,000 registrations in such a short time is a testament to the strong strategy and great staff at FFM.”

“A great part of the success comes down to the domain endings we manage.” continued Churley “People love .PARTY, .SCIENCE and .WEBCAM in particular, these strings have a broad appeal and are words that work in many languages. We are just as excited about the domain endings we will be launching, in particular .DATE and .REVIEW, which we believe share a mass appeal. ”

Famous Four Media plans to launch 10 more domain extension in 2015 to augment the six domain endings (.BID, .TRADE, .WEBCAM, .SCIENCE, .CRICKET and of course .PARTY) that are already available. Domain names can be registered through Famous Four Media’s extensive network of ICANN accredited registrars. A list of Famous Four Media’s accredited domain name registrars can be found here

Domain endings that will be launched by Famous Four Media Limited management, include some domain suffixes from .ACCOUNTANT, .CHARITY, .CRICKET, .DATE, .DOWNLOAD, .FAITH, .LOAN, .MEN, .RACING, . REVIEW, and .WIN.

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About Konstantinos Zournas

Konstantinos studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London and lives in Athens, Greece. He works on domain names, websites and software development. Has been online since 1995 & domaining since 2002.

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