Magnifico: Domain Hacks with Co-Domains

Koeln, 29.06.2019 (PresseBox) – A domain hack is an eye-catching domain name that combines domain levels, especially the top-level domain (TLD), to spell out the full „name“ or title of the domain, making a kind of pun.
A domain hack has nothing to do with hacking a domain or website. The „hack“ represents a trick (as in programming), not an exploit or break-in (as in security).
Domains such .as .it, .me ,.to, .is and .us are easy to use as domain hacks as they correspond to short, simple dictionary words. Sometimes a name is chosen so that the last few characters match an existing top-level domain, such as „“, so that every character is used in forming the common name.
We show here one example from the German language:
The Swiss ch-domain is combined with a word, that a new notion is created: the book.
The co-Domains can also be used for domain hacks.
Many words are ending at co.
Some examples:
You find here English words ending with co:
And also here:
There are many words ending with co at the Italian language.
You find 4762 words ending with co her:
And you discover even 7283 words ending with co here:
Hans-Peter Oswald (deutsch) (English)

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