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“What is france.com?” (French) is a common question I get asked by my clients at trade shows, conferences, or just about anywhere I go in the world. I usually respond with, “france.com is the French-language version of the Internet.
I think there’s a certain irony to france.com being the French version of the Internet, because the Internet is a French company that’s a giant subsidiary of the French government. It’s a huge multinational corporation that can do anything that any other company can, and I think that’s what makes france.com so exciting.
Your clients might be surprised by the way france.com’s font choices are so wide, especially the “I will be a good friend”. The company is big and large, but its not big enough to really make the front pages of the Internet.
The French company is called france.com and it is responsible for a whole host of things that make my life easier. Among these things is the company’s website that is also a French government owned subsidiary. This means that france.com has access to all French government emails, all French government websites, and the entire French government’s e-mail.
The French government website is also one of the most visited in the world, so it’s no surprise that france.com uses the government to send out many of the French government’s marketing materials. These include all the various government websites, posters, and brochures. The French government is basically a one-stop shop for the French government.
france.com is a great way to distribute government advertising (which you can find here) and French government sites (which we should highlight here) to as many people as possible, but it’s also a great way to get others to link to france.com.
One of the things that makes France.com unique among French government sites is the fact that it’s actually owned by the French government. This means that it’s free to use by the French government and does not require registration. This also means that your French government website will be your home page. It’s not the government’s intention to create a political or political-related page on france.com, but it does make it easier to distribute French government materials to your website.
When France.com first launched, it was only available in French, but the government has since enabled it to be available in other languages, as well. For example, the French government website has now been translated into German, Russian, and Spanish so that anyone with a French speaking website can easily access the same government documents and information.
It’s a good idea to add a French or an English-language version of your website to your domain name, since it makes it easier for search engines like Google to index those pages.
The French government website is now available in French and English. It’s very easy to add a French version of your website to Google. For example, if you have your French website in french.com and you’re looking for information about the law, there is a link in the right column to Google that will take you to the page for that specific term.