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ccTLDs

Definition

ccTLD is a top-level domain name that is used to define a domain for a specific country or geographic area. Each country has a dedicated domain name, which is referred to as a ccTLD and is usually two letters long. They are usually assigned to countries based on their country codes.  

Application

ccTLDs are reserved for a country or dependent territory and always consist of two letters, for example .us (USA), .uk (UK) and .br (Brazil). Google and other search engines may use ccTLDs to geo-target a website. 

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Matej Karaba

Long-term Impact & Business Consultant

Michal Lubelec

E-commerce Performance & Strategy Consultant

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Business & Marketing Strategy Consultant

  • Matej Karaba

    Long-term Impact & Business Consultant

  • Michal Lubelec

    E-commerce Performance & Strategy Consultant

  • Marek Ďuračka

    Business & Marketing Strategy Consultant

Matej is Long-term Impact & Business Consultant and will help you with:

  • Coverage of the marketing mix potential
  • Long-term sustainability
  • Development of a business strategy
  • Creativity in technology
  • Managing IT projects
  • UX/UI and SEO

Michal is Consultant for E-commerce Analytics and Measurement and will help you with:

  • data and analytics settings
  • bidding and budget planning
  • campaign automation

Marek is Social Media Consultant will help you with:

  • Facebook
  • Instagram
  • ROI Hunter