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The .dk domain extension is a country code top-level domain (ccTLD) created specifically for Denmark. It is a great choice for Danish website owners of all kinds, whether you are creating a personal or a business website.

Where did the .dk domain come from?

The .dk domain extension was introduced in 1987. In the past decades, it has been a consistently popular choice within Denmark, with many individuals and businesses opting for a .dk domain rather than for a generic .com or .net.

What is the purpose of the .dk domain name?

A .dk domain is a great choice if you want to emphasize your Danish identity online or specifically target Danish visitors or consumers with your website. Using this domain can also help improve your local SEO results within Denmark.

.DK domain features:

DNS Management


Whois Privacy Protection

Domain Forwarding

Domain Lock



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