Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by djriel, Jan 20, 2007.
Welcome to INForum Dman!
Me, from holy city of Varanasi, India.
I was thinking that many of the people around here would be from India, but was surprised to find very few of them from India.
I was just drawn to the .IN thing and regged a few of my .IN domains. Since this is one of the best forums on .In, joining this forum was an obvious thing.
Greetings to the members.
Greetings domainwallah! Welcome to INForum.
I think the fact that there are no residency restrictions for Indian domains has really helped the .IN industry grow.
domainwallah, do you invest in other domain extensions?
Varanasi is a place I am keen to visit. Heard many profound things about the holy city.
Yes, I agree with what you say.
Not yet started. But thinking of about it. In fact I am just starting in this domain thingy and .IN was the obvious choice for me given the potential of growth of Internet in India and the huge promotions currently going on .IN at present.
The list of my .IN is in my signatures. Would be happy for you to have a look and offer any comments about their profitability.
Hi, You are welcome here. I would be happy to play host for you.
IÃ‚Â´m from Germany.
Welcome to INForum, HappyHour! For some reason, I think of London pubs when I see your name.
HappyHour is often used here to offer cheap drinks etc.
DonÃ‚Â´t know why I used it as nick. I always try to be creative
with my usernames.
I'm from the UK but left 7 years ago in search of better things. Served a four year sentence in Australia (joking - I loved it) and now live in Thailand. Just bought my first Indian domain and am curious as to how the Internet will develop there overe the next few years.
I hope it's been a rewarding journey for you! BTW, I left the UK 10 years ago.
Forrester forecasts that India will rank No. 3 in internet users by 2013.
Welcome to INForum rajesh!
sAm a.ka. vysakh....from india....!
Welcome to InForum, sAm!
Hello samcs69. Happy domaining!
Just saw this thread,
I am from Mumbai
Hello kedaar (a wave from Canada to Mumbai ).
I think the native place doesn't matter in any ways. The important thing is that what you gain by joining this forum and what information or knowledge one acquires and impart.
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