Since 2013 the .Me team has been organizing Spark.Me, an annual international conference aimed to inspire you,  ignite your imagination, and help you find your spark. They do this by handpicking the speakers, altogether an amazing bunch –  Alf Rehn, David Armano, Scott Berkun, Tony Conrad, Dr. Eli Opper and other awesome people held the keynotes on the Spark.Me stage.stuff

Startup Adventure European tour

A little more than two weeks ago .ME partnered with StartupAddVenture.ME and embarked on the first ever Middle East tour to check out the startup scene in Egypt, Azerbaijan and Turkey. From Feb 22 to Feb 28 we cruised the region trying to find out what ‘s cooking in the tech hubs like Cairo, Bakustuff

Community of influencers, personal branding advocates and business owners plans day to encourage individualism and self-expression

A growing community of influencers, business owners and personal branding advocates are joining Domain.ME, the provider of the .me domain extension, to designate March 16, 2015, the first-ever “ME Day” in the U.S. — a day to celebrate and share what makes each of us unique and to indulge, nourish and develop our personal passions and skills.stuff

Organizing a Secret Santa in your company

Winter seems to be the time of many gift giving holidays. Whether your tradition celebrates Christmas (the Orthodox one is just around the corner!), Hanukah, Kwanzaa, or Western or Chinese New Year, now is a good time to share a little joy, especially one packed in festive paper with a little bow on top. Thestuff

When Google shut down their iGoogle service in November 2013, millions of users around the world had to start looking for an alternative start page. With a user-friendly interface and over 100,000 registrations in just over couple of months start.me is on the right way to fill this gap. Their mission is to deliver astuff

ReturnMoi, the largest producer of recovery tags for valuables became ReturnMe and changed their official website to www.return.me. Founded in 2007 to help address the problem of valuable portable items being lost, ReturnMe (formally known as ReturnMoi) has produced millions of recovery tags protecting hundreds of thousands of customers from around the world. Some ofstuff

The .ME Registry is proud to announce that Hide.ME is the latest graduate from the .ME Premium Domain Program. Formerly known as Hide.IO, Hide.ME is a highly secure and privacy-focused VPN service with more than 350,000 users across the globe. Customers from the US, to Australia, to Thailand – use Hide.ME to encrypt and anonymize their Internetstuff

The .ME Registry is proud to announce that Hide.ME is the latest graduate from the .ME Premium Domain Program. Formerly known as Hide.IO, Hide.ME is a highly secure and privacy-focused VPN service with more than 350,000 users across the globe. Customers from the US, to Australia, to Thailand – use Hide.ME to encrypt and anonymize their Internetstuff

The .ME Registry is proud to announce that Hide.ME is the latest graduate from the .ME Premium Domain Program. Formerly known as Hide.IO, Hide.ME is a highly secure and privacy-focused VPN service with more than 350,000 users across the globe. Customers from the US, to Australia, to Thailand – use Hide.ME to encrypt and anonymize their Internetstuff

The .ME Registry is proud to announce that Hide.ME is the latest graduate from the .ME Premium Domain Program. Formerly known as Hide.IO, Hide.ME is a highly secure and privacy-focused VPN service with more than 350,000 users across the globe. Customers from the US, to Australia, to Thailand – use Hide.ME to encrypt and anonymize their Internetstuff

Following startups from the early beginnings can be exciting. Also, it can be extremely stressful. However, isn’t that the case with everything that you build up from scratch?  To paraphrase one quote that I personally read on a friend’s social network wall, here’s the deal with startups: it’s supposed to be hard, you’re doing ifstuff

Following startups from the early beginnings can be exciting. Also, it can be extremely stressful. However, isn’t that the case with everything that you build up from scratch?  To paraphrase one quote that I personally read on a friend’s social network wall, here’s the deal with startups: it’s supposed to be hard, you’re doing ifstuff

Following startups from the early beginnings can be exciting. Also, it can be extremely stressful. However, isn’t that the case with everything that you build up from scratch?  To paraphrase one quote that I personally read on a friend’s social network wall, here’s the deal with startups: it’s supposed to be hard, you’re doing ifstuff

I was roaming Around Tbilisi, Georgia (the country, not the state), doing some startup ethnography, and covering a startup event TbilisiFTW. And right there, in the heart of Eurasia, far away from home, I stumbled upon something very farmiliar- one of the .ME startups, of course! Like all startup events, this one had a pitchingstuff

I was roaming Around Tbilisi, Georgia (the country, not the state), doing some startup ethnography, and covering a startup event TbilisiFTW. And right there, in the heart of Eurasia, far away from home, I stumbled upon something very farmiliar- one of the .ME startups, of course! Like all startup events, this one had a pitchingstuff

Terms and Conditions

Copyright © Domain.me, 2008-2019

doMEn d.o.o. will use the information you provide on this form to be in touch with you and to provide updates and marketing. Please let us know all the ways you would like to hear from us: Email, Direct Mail, Customized online advertising. You can change your mind at any time by clicking the unsubscribe link in the footer of any email you receive from us, or by contacting us at newsletter@domain.me. We will treat your information with respect. For more information about our privacy practices please visit our website. By clicking "subscribe", you agree that we may process your information in accordance with these terms.
We use MailChimp as our marketing platform. By clicking below to subscribe, you acknowledge that your information will be transferred to MailChimp for processing. Learn more about MailChimp’s privacy practices here.