Chinese Domain Name
Playing the Name Game
Business activities that are straightforward in Australia can be a bit like wading through wet cement in China.
And registering your Chinese domain name is one of them.
You will need to submit an application to the Chinese Government and if you don’t have a business registered in China then you’ll need an agent. There are only a limited number of agents allowed to provide this service and you will have to find the right one.
Why put yourself through the stress?
China Blueprint is an official reseller of Chinese domain names. Save yourself time and hassle by letting us secure your domain name for you and all at an affordable price.
But you might be asking yourself: Do I really need a Chinese domain name, just yet? Especially if you’re just starting out with your China strategy.
Yes you do. Cybersquatters, also known as domain squatters are a genuine threat to your business and can have a devastating impact on your bottom line.
Here’s how they work: The buy and register an internet domain name in the name of your company. So when you go to register, it’s not available.
The domain squatter then effectively holds you to ransom when you attempt to buy it from them. You might end up having to pay an exorbitant fee to purchase it. Some of Australia’s biggest brands have fallen victim to this scam.
Even if you decide you don’t want to have a standalone Chinese domain right now, we still recommended that you register one to protect yourself against squatters.
Your China campaign could be so successful that some time in the future you will want a Chinese domain name. It just makes good business sense.
China has its own unique domain name system. By far the most popular ones are:
Plus we also offer the Pinyin version which is your company name written in Chinese but using English characters. The word nidemingze means your name.
Remember, every day you leave your domain name unsecured is a risk. So don’t wait, secure your domain name now.