Register a .FR domain name and your website will target France, the
second largest economy by buying power in the EU, seventh in the
world! Money to spend, trs bon. French is the official language in
29 countries, that adds up to about 270 million speakers. So once
you’ve registered your .FR domain name, you’ll be promoting your
services and products to a huge French audience with a healthy
purchasing power. If you’re planning to expand your business
globally and you're going to target France, once you've registered
your .FR domain name you'll need to write original content for your
website, in French of course. Content that's visible to users, and
content only visible to search engines.
Registering a .FR domain name for your website means you'll rank
highly in search results. Search engines will always try to return
results relevant to the users language and location. So your site
with its .FR domain extension, written in French, is going to do
well. You'll be keeping the search engines happy and more
importantly, your target audience.
If you need more reasons to register a .FR domain name, we give you
an Alpha SSL certificate to authenticate your business website and
protect your customers' personal data. You'll get a personalised
email address for a more professional look, and Classic DNS for a
fast website. Additional features you can choose are two-step
verification to protect your account from unauthorised access, and
domain privacy so you can go ex-directory and hide your contact
details from spammers and domain name hijackers.
The .FR domain extension is not the only domain you can register if
you’d like to talk with the French. The country readily adopted
several new domains, including .PARIS, .ALSACE, and .BZH. Domain
name registrations were quick to accumulate with these new GeoTLDs.
Using the domains to highlight a link with a region and making this
part of the marketing plan product authenticity!
There are over 50 million Internet users in France and according to
the .FR registry, over 80% search for local businesses using a .FR
It's hard to write about France and not mention cheese and wine.