According to the latest data shared by the Nigeria Internet Registration Association (NiRA), 33,572 .ng domain names were registered, renewed or transferred with the body between January and November 2015.
Google bought a domain name for Alphabet Inc. A few weeks later, ID Africa, a Lagos-based digital agency bought the local extensions, .ng and .com.ng.
Blackgenie is a web service firm that hosts and designs websites. For a monthly fee of N1000, you get a domain name, a hosting platform and a website design.
Editor’s note: This article was contributed by Finbarrs Oketunji and was first published on his Medium. You might also want to catch up on the Linda Ikeji domain squatting and copyright saga. 1. What is Domain Squatting? Domain squatting can be simply defined as a process of buying a domain name with a bad intention […]
In the world of domain names, it’s first come first serve. Here’s a list of lindaikeji domains and the “sharp” people who nabbed them
For more than seven years, everyone has been happy with going to lindaikeji.blogspot.com for their daily fix of Nigerian gossip. It didn’t matter that the site was hosted on Blogger, and that it had an unintuitive URL. Consistently one of Nigeria’s most trafficked websites, LIB was…er…is insanely successful.