That’s a fair question. Some people have visited here from our other site www.c.co.uk, curious to see what would be there. Others have typed in www.c.uk out of curiosity. Most people are here by accident. We want to turn that accident into the best accident they’ve ever had.
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When people make typo’s such as physics.c.uk instead of physics.co.uk, or dodgeball.c.uk instead of dodgeball.co.uk, they arrive at our site, www.c.uk. This is due to a feature known as wildcard subdomains for the techies out there.
Quite a lot actually! We get over 100,000 unique individuals a month visiting our site. This adds up quite quickly, as each year we have about 1.37 million people visiting us, or to put it better 2.1% of the entire UK population. That’s enough to fill Old Trafford over 18 times!
We are claims.co.uk. We are a small business passionate about helping people and charities. Over the years we’ve helped some great charities. We’ve climbed Kilimanjaro for Northern Ireland Children’s Hospice, sponsored the Cerebra Children’s Awards for several years along with helping the likes of Children Today, Shine and Action for Kids to name a few.
Charity is something we feel very strongly about. By listing some of the UK's smaller charities on this site, we are trying to increase awareness about their goals, and hopefully get some more donations coming in to help them along the way.
Well the way we look at this is simply an awesome opportunity. If you made a typo would you rather receive a ‘Page not Found’ error, or be able to look into some of the smallest but most worthwhile charities in the UK? For us, it was a no-brainer.