Namecheap Reveals Most Popular Domain Registration Trends for 2021

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Popular web hosting provider Namecheap reveals the most popular domain registration trends for 2021 in its annual industry report.

Namecheap is the second-largest domain registrar in the world. The company in its Domain Insights & Trends Report for 2021 included the data for global Top Level Domain registrations trends for small business owners, tech journalists, entrepreneurs, domain investors, and web industry experts.

According to the Domain registrar the .com domain which was first registered on March 15, 1985, remains the highly chosen domain after three decades. In 2021, Namecheap observed more than three million registrations of the .com domain whereas the .xyz domain comes second with over 650000 registrations in 2021.

Additionally, in 2021, the .me domain registrations gradually increased and landed in 5th place on the list of most registered TLDs. Meanwhile .me domain was the top ccTLD of the year.

Besides this, the report also contains; Top 20 ccTLDs of 2021, .com vs all other domain registrations, data of domain ownership, 15 TLDs with best and worst renewal rates, and top 10 domains sold via auction on the Namecheap Market.

Below are the top 10 most registered Top Level Domains for the year 2021:

  1. .com
  2. .xyz
  3. .net
  4. .club
  5. .me
  6. .org
  7. .co
  8. .shop
  9. .info
  10. .live

For the complete list of Top 20 ccTLDs of 2021, you can check out Namecheap’s Domain Insights & Trends Report.

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