Development program

Development program outlines rules of premium .Me domains registration. The idea is to invite all interested parties – creative people, successful companies, online communities and entrepreneurs to send their business proposals for development of a .Me premium name of choice. If you have a good idea to share, we will be more than happy to share a domain!

So far many .Me premium names have been allocated, some of which are today’s most popular shorteners like Fb.Me (Facebook), Ti.Me (Time Magazine),Wp.Me (WordPress) and social media websites such as News.Me (licenses content from the New York Times, Associated Press, Forbes etc.), About.Me, and Blog.Me. Should you feel that an available .Me premium name fits your business perfectly please review the documents below.

Review the Allocation Criteria carefully, before sending the application form.

Please fill in the application form providing as much detail as possible about intended usage of .Me premium name, your references and marketing plan. Send it at premium[at]domain[dot]me.

After the allocation approval the applicant signs the Agreement. Should you have any questions about it do not hesitate to contact us.

Let us expand the .Me world together!

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