Now all .uk domains are open to everyone
So what do you get with a .uk that you don’t get with a .co.uk?
Brevity, for one.
But along with that comes a certain catchiness. Having just a .uk at the end—no co, org, or me—makes your domain snappier, fresher. And more distinctive.
But at the same time, it’s a name you can trust. Your .uk domain is backed up by the decades of confidence built up by .co.uk and others, to the point that 72% of the UK public prefers a domain name ending in .uk.
So, what’s your .uk?
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