Which one for my website?

22 Nov

.co.uk or .com??

 

I’m moody.

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3 Responses to “Which one for my website?”

  1. mags November 23, 2009 at 12:13 pm #

    Hi Rosie, co.uk for me is better, as com we often ignore, thinking its in America.
    Voucher posted today.
    It is raining continuosly here and everywhere the ground is comletely sodden…not nice!
    Have now stopped swaying from boat and am getting on with usual duties…had a queue of people wanting phone calls and info this morning…ought to start charging for it!!!!
    When weather improves will be able to gather veg for tonights supper..since returning have been living on english bought food you can’t get in France – sweet and sour pork with crispy seawed, crispy duck with pancakes, chicken and mushroom pie and have chicken kiev in freezer!!Its great to catch up on some of the foods I’ve missed!!!
    Kestrel doing well and is in at present to give him respite from wind etc…an area of his aviary is sheltered but he appreciates a warm by the fire as much as we do!
    Glad the twins went from x factor last night…surprised about Olly….Joe Mckelderry to win!!!!
    love mags.

  2. Deb W November 23, 2009 at 2:51 pm #

    I agree with Mags about the .com …

    Dig out a DVD …..can’t be moody when watching a funny film!

    Deb x

  3. Jeremy November 24, 2009 at 11:16 am #

    .co.uk probably better but either is fine. Depending on the cost it would be worth buying both plus perhaps .net and .org and have them redirect to your site so if people aren’t sure what the extension is they’ll still find you.

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