The availability of a domain name is situated on the Top Level only, which means that for 1 single name there can be as many domain names available as there are Top Level domains :
A domain name It is composed of a name (the domain name in itself, example: "gevers" in www.gevers.eu) and a Top Level Domain (TLD) extension (example: ".eu" in www.gevers.eu). The TLD can either refer to geographical (.BE, .NL, .LU, .FR, .CN …), regional (.EU, .ASIA) or generic criteria (.COM for commerce, .NET for Internet services, .BIZ for business, .ORG for organizations …).
INVESTIGATIONS ON THE AVAILABILITY
CLEAR REPORTS WITH RISK LEVELS
SEARCH FOR ALTERNATIVES
ADVICE ON DOMAIN NAME PORTFOLIOS
GEVERS strongly advises clients to conduct availability searches through its specialized databases to detect obstruction risks to client business plans from prior rights. GEVERS will easily ascertain that your domain name intended to be registered is available. It is also necessary to fit the domain name into a global strategy, and align it with the brands intended to be launched.
Gevers checks if an obstructing domain name is in actual use and in good faith. A domain name filed in bad faith (i.e., for purely mercantile ends) may be recovered in certain conditions by an arbitration procedure. GEVERS is well accustomed to such procedures.
We provide a clear advice by using an executive summary, a list with risk levels and an elaborate advice. The search reports are made user friendly for all levels of your organization.
Gevers rely on the domain name practice with the knowledge of at least 6 languages that manages all administrative steps and procedures for registration and protection of your domain name(s) in-house worldwide