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IDN

abbreviation for
(Ecclesiastical Terms) in Dei nomine. Also: IND
[Latin: in the name of God]
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IDN realizes the SEO value by making it possible to have a domain name matching what users are searching for, thereby improving the ranking of your website," added Chung.
Finance director Darron Giddens said IDN spent some of the pounds 2.
The co-chairperson explained, "SPOG gives us a unique opportunity to compete in the IDN world.
asia) and announces the opening of the IDN Pioneer Domains Program (http://www.
IDN said the deal should add some pounds 300,000 to its annual turnover, expanding its small to medium-sized client base.
ICAP real-time, global data offerings available via Reuters IDN cover a breadth of asset classes and instruments.
Founded in 1997 by Mr Wilmott and finance director Mr Darron Giddens, IDN is effectively a broker providing cut-price deals for small and medium-sized businesses, seeking out the telecoms carrier with the terms that best suit individual customers.
a five-hospital IDN serving northeastern Florida and southeastern Georgia.
IDN Group turned in a pre-tax profit of pounds 56,000 on a turnover of pounds 1.
The whole point in securing your IDN is to better communicate with your chosen market.
Chloe Li, Director of Domain Operations, is pleased to announce that Instra has enhanced its IDN support: "IDNs are gaining more popularity with brand owners aiming to protect their trademark in all of the most popular languages such as French and Chinese.