- Primary ccTLD: .my
- Secondary ccTLD: .net.my, .edu.my, .com.my, .org.my
- Restrictions: Companies and individuals
- Registrar: XDnet
- Price Range/Year: $80-$140
- Other Registrars: EuroDNS, Marcaria
Purchasing a ccTLD for Malaysia
For brands aiming to expand into foreign markets, purchasing a foreign country code top-level domain (ccTLD) can go a long way towards reaching those goals. When it comes to buying a ccTLD in Malaysia, this resource can help simplify the registration of your new ccTLD.
Why purchase a foreign ccTLD?
One of the greatest benefits of promoting a business online is that companies are never restricted to reaching their customers in their region or country of origin. Regarding international SEO, one of the best strategies to employ in order to tap into these markets is to purchase one or several ccTLDs.
At its core, international SEO is all about providing the most value to users based on their specific location. While a generic top-level domain (gTLD; i.e., .com, .org, .edu, etc.) may be fine to reach a broad spectrum of users, a ccTLD is typically intended for users within a target region/country. In general, a ccTLD is a strong signal for users living in that ccTLD’s country/region.
Purchasing a ccTLD can be a complicated process without having the necessary information, so here’s what you should know about acquiring a ccTLD for Malaysia.
Note: Attracting in-market traffic involves more than just purchasing a ccTLD. Learn more about international SEO here.
Primary & Secondary ccTLDs for Malaysia
Countries can sometimes have multiple ccTLDs available, and there are times where you may want to purchase all or just one. Typically, there’s at least one primary ccTLD you’ll want to prioritize purchasing and a handful of secondary choices to consider.
For Malaysia, there is only one primary ccTLD to purchase.
- Primary: .my
Malaysia Domain Registrar Information
In any given country, there can be one or more registrar service providers to go through in order to purchase a ccTLD.
- Registrar(s): XDnet
- Other Registrar: EuroDNS, Marcaria
If you find any of the Malaysia domain registrars listed above no longer sell my domains, or you know of any others that sell them, please let us know so we can update this list.
Cost for a Malaysia ccTLD
Pricing can vary wildly from country to country and even across registrars. Although not precise, here’s an idea of what costs may look like for a Malaysia ccTLD per year:
- Malaysia ccTLD Cost: $80-$140
Restrictions for Malaysia ccTLD Purchasing
Buying a foreign ccTLD will probably, although not always, come with a specific set of restrictions or challenges. Some constraints may overlap across countries, but there are some cases where there are no restrictions.
For Companies and individuals, there are no restrictions when buying a ccTLD.