Friday, January 18, 2008

Baidu Domain Name Registration Services

Baidu, a popular search engine in China (some even regard Baidu as the Google of China), has recently become an accredited domain name registrar through the China Internet Network Information Center also known as the CNNIC. Is this important in terms of your search engine ranking? There is no proof at this moment, although there is belief that the search engines do use whois information as part of their ranking algorithms. But at the same time a search engine like Baidu may have become a registrar in order to register domain names internally. The reasons for why Baidu and other search engines are registrars are not known to the general public and in most cases it does not effect many people directly. Just continue optimizing your web site and practice search engine optimization within the terms and conditions set by the major search engines.

If you wish to have a new domain name registered or transferred to IPOWERWEB, don't forget that we provide domain name registration services for only $6.50 per year. Yes only $6.50 per year. In most states you can't even purchase two gallons of gas for $6.50, so if you are considering registering some new domain names check out IPOWERWEB and our line of domain name and web hosting products and services.

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