In principle, no advertising is required for domains ending in .be. The importance of this domain is emphasised by the more than 1.7 million registered .be domains in a country with less than 12 million inhabitants. Nevertheless, it is essential to point out some of the premium domains from Belgium that are currently available for purchase.

Common generic terms ending in .be are almost all taken and short two-digit combinations are, as with other TLDs, only available on the free market anyway. It is therefore not without reason that large sums are invested in sought-after terms and short, two-character letter domains.

Frankcom has many of these domains on offer. In addition to generic terms, the portfolio also includes many two-digit combinations. The average prices for these domains are in the four-digit range. In the event of a specific enquiry, Frankcom will endeavour to find a fair price for both parties.

The following criteria illustrate why these domains are primarily important for users from Belgium in addition to their international interest.

Geographical Relevance: The ccTLD of a domain indicates the country or region associated with the website. This is crucial for users seeking geographically specific information or services. For example, a ".de" domain suggests a website based in Germany, providing content or services relevant to German users.

Trust and Credibility: Users often associate a ccTLD with trust and credibility. A domain with a familiar ccTLD may convey that the website is established locally or regionally, potentially making it more trustworthy.

Legal and Regulatory Differences: Websites may need to comply with different legal and regulatory requirements in various countries. Users might consider the ccTLD when accessing a website to ensure it complies with their specific legal and regulatory needs.

Local Services and Products: Businesses offering local services or products can use the ccTLD to signal their geographical presence. This helps users find information relevant to their local needs.

Search Engine Optimization (SEO): Search engines often take the ccTLD into account when displaying search results. Websites with a matching ccTLD may rank higher in search results when users are looking for local information.

Language and Culture: The ccTLD can also indicate the predominant language and culture of the website. Users seeking information in a specific language or cultural context can identify this through the ccTLD.

Overall, the ccTLD of a domain can assist users in assessing the relevance and trustworthiness of a website based on their specific needs and expectations. It's important to note that the significance of ccTLDs in the context of the internet and global communication is continually evolving, and there are also many websites with international or generic TLDs that have a global focus.