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Happy St. Patrick’s: Get an Email and Subdomain

By Ivan Brezak Brkan, March 17, 2012

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! While you’re drinking beer and wearing green, there’s still something missing. There’s something digital missing from your Irish spirit, my laddy, my lass! But don’t fear – a pint of will fix you right up! Get a nice email and URL.

So what’s the deal? Simple, is a short domain service powered by and launched by Brands-and-jingles.  The simple service, launched specifically for 2012’s Saint Patrick’s day, lets you create an email and URL in just a few minutes for $12 a year, to let you show your Irish spirit.

Although St. Patrick’s Day started as a religious holiday that commemorated Saint Patrick, probably the most recognized patron saint of Ireland, it has become a world wide celebration. As a religious event, it is observed by the Catholic, Lutheran and Orthodox Church, as well as the Church of Ireland and the Anglican Communion.

Green for A Different Reason

As the Irish moved from Ireland to Europe and the world, specifically the US, St. Patrick’s Day became a celebration of their culture. While Saint Patrick was originally associated with blue, green has become the mark of the holiday, with green ribbons, shirts and other clothing worn by people on March 17th. While the Irish celebrate St. Patrick’s in a big way, people across the world end up celebrating it as well – with bands having concerts dedicated to Irish music:

So now that you know and have that pint of Guinness in your hand, you should really get “irished” as a geek. Time to go to and create your email adress and subdomain if you want to brand yourself truly Irish. I’m taking and – just try to stop me! 🙂


Ivan Brezak Brkan

The founder of the "Techcrunch of Southeastern Europe" - Netokracija - and ex-Techcrunch writer with years of experience writing about startups, technology and the domain industry!

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3 responses to “Happy St. Patrick’s: Get an Email and Subdomain”

  1. avatar Alex McGill says:

    Misleading title……

    It actually costs $12/pa

  2. avatar Ivan Brezak Brkan says:

    My bad – fixed it :/

  3. avatar Irish.Me says:

    Alex, if you write St. Patrick during this weekend: – you will get it for free.

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