A Dot London domain name is a major new opportunity for everyone from private individuals or small businesses to major corporations.
If you're in business, a short, memorable Dot London domain appearing in search results will appeal to web users and signpost local, relevant content. This can increase click-through rates from search results.
If you're a private individual, a Dot London domain name will tell the world where you are and what you're all about. You'll get a far better choice of names than is offered by .com, .co.uk or.uk.
By choosing a Dot London domain name you can:
Dot London is the new domain name for Londoners. A Dot London domain name gives you more options than .com, .co.uk or .uk when it comes to choosing a name and lets the world know that you are London based.
Already a digital trailblazer, London is among the first cities in the world to launch its own domain name, putting it once again at the leading edge of innovation.
Scoff & Banter offer up a fresh take on classic British food to eager Londoners across the capital. Whether you are in Canary Wharf, Kensington, Oxford Street or Leicester Square, Scoff & Banter are serving no nonsense, traditional British food made with exceptional ingredients and skill. Now when customers are looking for great British food in London they can clearly find Scoff & Banter on their new Dot London website.
The Commitments, based on the best-selling novel and adapted for the screen by the original Booker prize winning author, is a multi-million pound musical featuring the soul classics River Deep Mountain High, Reach Out, Mustang Sally, Try A Little Tenderness, Uptight, Knock On Wood and many more. After a sensational World Premiere at the Palace Theatre in London's West End, the Sunday Times described the show as a 'sweet-soul, solid-gold, five-star blast'. The production is now booking until April 2015 and its new Dot London website will continue to attract theatre goers through its association with London and the West End.
Since their inception in 2000, Meantime have lead a renaissance in craft brewing in the capital. Now one of the UK's largest craft brewers, Meantime continues to make its beers in the same way, having built a state-of-the-art brewery in Greenwich in 2010. Meantime's origins and its future are firmly rooted in London, and their pride and heritage are signified through their Dot London domain.
TechHub is a leading community and workspace for tech entrepreneurs to work, learn and collaborate. Their two spaces in the heart of London bring together an energetic community of entrepreneurs and gives them an unparalleled opportunity to build new relationships and kick-start new businesses. As London's status as a world tech centre is increasingly cemented, innovative initiatives such as TechHub further strengthen their ties with the new Dot London domain.
Leading the way in Out-of-Home advertising through their presence in London's key transports links and retail locations, Exterion Media allows advertisers to communicate directly with the nation's largest and wealthiest urban area. Now, using the new Dot London domain, Exterion can tailor its significant assets and expertise to the scores of advertisers targeting the valuable London audience.
An industry-leading company that provides commercial, residential and tenancy cleaning services to a distinguished London client base. Remora have built a reputation for the highest standard of service, and with a Dot London address they have signposted their offering as local and relevant to the whole city.
The oldest of London's symphony orchestras, the LSO is a figurehead for London's musical excellence all over the world. As Resident Orchestra at the Barbican, the LSO gives around 70 performances every year to its London audience, as well as delighting audiences worldwide during events like the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic games. Through adopting a Dot London address, the orchestra further associates itself with its home and the rich cultural heritage that it helped to establish.
Fortnum & Mason is a truly iconic British store, which began in 1707 in London's Piccadilly. They are now using the Dot London domain name to associate their online presence with the city that has defined them for over three centuries.