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Mayo registered 459 new .ie domains in the first half of 2019

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Companies, self-employed entrepreneurs, private individuals and local organisations in Mayo registered 459 new. ie domains in the first half of 2019, according to the latest edition of the .ie Domain Profile Report, published this week by IE Domain Registry.

Over 400 new .ie domains registered in Mayo during first half of 2018

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A total of 423 new .ie domains were registered in Mayo in the first half of 2018 (January 1 to June 30), according to the latest Domain Profile Report published this week by the IE Domain Registry, the company that manages and maintains Ireland’s official internet country domain name, .ie.

More than five hundred .ie domains registered in Mayo last year

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Last year 523 .ie domain names were registered in Mayo, a 12 per cent decrease on the number in 2015. The latest figures were released by IE Domain Registry (IEDR) in its latest annual report. IEDR is responsible for maintaining Ireland's code domain name extension, the .ie you see at the end of a web address.

1,498 .ie domains registered in Galway last year, highest figure in the region

1,498 .ie domains were registered in Galway in 2015, the highest in Connacht according to the latest .ie Domain Profile Report, published by the IE Domain Registry (IEDR), the company responsible for the management and administration of Ireland’s official internet address .ie.

Galway companies invited to apply for e-commerce fund

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The IE Domain Registry (IEDR), the managed registry for Ireland’s official Internet address .ie, has announced that its 2013 OPTIMISE e-commerce Website Development Fund is open for entries and is encouraging Galway based companies to apply.

Westmeath companies invited to apply for website development fund

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Westmeath companies are being invited to apply for a website development fund offering €10,000 worth of support to 10 companies nationwide. The IE Domain Registry (IEDR), the managed registry for Ireland’s official internet address ‘.ie’, has announced it will extend its €100,000 e-commerce website development fund, called Optimise, for the second year running.

Kilkenny companies can apply for IEDR website development fund

Kilkenny companies are being invited to apply for an e-commerce website development fund offering €10,000 worth of support to 10 companies nationwide.

Westmeath companies invited to apply for IEDR website development fund

Westmeath companies are being invited to apply for an e-commerce website development fund offering €10,000 worth of support to 10 companies nationwide. The IE Domain Registry (IEDR), the managed registry for Ireland’s official internet address .ie, launched OPTIMISE, a new e-commerce website development fund for Irish SMEs worth €100,000. The OPTIMISE fund is one of a number of initiatives to mark the 10th anniversary of the organisation which manages the .ie domain in the interests of the Irish internet community.

 

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