This is a guest post from Luc Biggs of Key Domains, the registrant of the GeorgeAlexanderLouis.com domain name. Luc discusses why he registered the domain name and what his company plans to do with the domain name.
We have nearly finished completing our little site to donate the domain name GeorgeAlexanderLouis.com to the Royal Family.
After registering the domain shortly after the announcement (with no clear goal in mind), we decided to test traffic levels (7,500 average visitors/day) and have since verified where the web traffic is coming from (countries & online sources).
As a half-British citizen, I am only happy to donate the domain name to the Royal Family – the website should be finalized within the hour. I have declined all interviews over the past 48 hours (from various newspapers and radio stations) and will continue to decline from further telephone/radio interviews once the site goes LIVE.
The domain has been kept out the hands of true cybersquatters or online identities that criticize or downplay the Royals or their governance.
Handing the parents the exclusive right to their son’s exact-match online identity on a silver platter is a rare opportunity.