Just saw this one: bang.in
Not what it seems though...
Everyday I visit Dnpric.es
thats a really nice thread
will share on linkedin to 30.000 connections
I should have thought to mention this in article, as I visit them pretty often too! Nice to have a hack in one of the places domainers visit. Thanks for reminding us!
Nice use of .me to make theme!
I finally got back to this thread to post a new MacGyver'd domain or hack I picked up recently and IMO it's pretty good.
Hack.istically . com
There Are At Least 70 Words That End In istically
Here are just a sample...
Capital.istically . com
Commun.istically . com
Social.istically . com
Futur.istically . com
Ideal.istically . com
Optim.istically . com
Simpl.istically . com
Legal.istically . com
Stat.istically . com
Real.istically . com
Log.istically . com
Hol.istically . com
I've hand regd the following this week:
And before everyone shouts at me, yes I do know that the correct spelling of the word is 'palindrome'.
I added this one after registering a palindrome domain name.
Sometimes, not being able to spill every word correctly is a blessing.
I also now have:
This is a very helpful article, Bob. Thank you.
I have been seriously flirting with the idea of adding some domain hacks to my portfolio, but I'm still a bit skittish.
I came really close to getting this today: domainsco.pe (domain scope). The dot-com is registered and in use. I am curious to see how quickly it gets snatched after I publish this comment.
does anybody know where I can check a list of domain hacks sold over the years?
here you go: https://namebio.com/?s==EjMwYjM5UjM
Just saw this great .IN hack being used by the very popular entrepreneur Richard Branson, as his own URL shortener: https://virg.in
Noticed that in his latest linkedin post here: https://www.linkedin.com/posts/rbranson_virginbydesign-activity-6641015626162941953-1bNT
Rights.de forwards to Rightside.co
Separate names with a comma.