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Advice From Accountants in Gorey – hmm

Advice From Accountants in Gorey – hmm

We had an interesting telephone call to the office today about our last article regarding registering Irish Domain Names, that means the ones that end in .ieĀ  (not.com domain names)

This anonymous caller on a private number claiming to be an accountant in Gorey mentioned that it is possible to register a domain name without being registered with the companies office.

I would like to confirm that this is true….. if you are a registering a domain for yourself such as davejordan.ie for example. It is possible, but if you are looking to register a domain name for a business or a company then being registered with the CRO is required.

There are different types of applications for irish domain names and if you would like to register a personal domain name, then a different documentation procedure is used, a copy of a passport etc.

We used this procedure when we registered the domain name for our local Fine Gael TD, MichaelDArcy.ie

Thank You anonymous caller, for you input, can I also mention that you can type in a reply to any of our articles under each post on every page to our blog.


If you are looking to start a business in Gorey or Wexford then do give us a call and we can pass on details of how to register a domain name and also help you in understanding what domains are good for your business and search engines etc.

Call us today on 053 9430748 or Dublin on 01 4433074

3 Comments
  • Tom Doyle
    July 30, 2009 at 5:08 pm

    Not entirely true either. You can get a discretionary domain name for an unrelated domain name (to your compnay or business name) if you can prove the domain name will be used in relation to your company.

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