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Domainer47

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Hello

Domain hack for the word "haunted" which has 121 extensions taken.

I liked because I'm dyslexic and can actually imagine writing the word like this by mistake.
Also, since the word being hacked is "" I think having one thing that's not quite right in the name might be a good thing since that is what a lot of supernatural/horror things stem from: something off in an otherwise normal situation. See it as a mid X,XXX name that could be good for game design/movie studio/clothing.

Whats your thoughts on it? Do you agree using "aw" in place of "au" is a good hack? If not let me know!

Thank you
 
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jhm

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Submit to the brandable marketplaces, see how its received. Often, these misspells are just too problematic for my liking, like having "carpits" (carpets). I'm on edge, hope you catch a bid
 

cooljub

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Hi,
A misspelling, so doesn't pass the radio test, and would forever have to be explained.
As jhm says, you could try the brandables sites, but not over-keen myself.
 

DN Fuel

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Hello,

I actually don't see it as a mid xxxx at all. From a pronunciation point of view, "aw and au" in this particular keyword are not that related IMO, as you can try listening to the actual pronunciation in both American & British, wasn't that obvious for me.

Another note, brands usually search for the positive appealing keywords not otherwise. Anyway, you should try listing this name & see how it goes.

Wish you luck!
 

Domainer47

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Thanks for your replies everyone. I'm not super active with misspelled domain hacks so wanted to ask. Maybe its the Scottish accent in me but I would pronounce the same way is spelled out. Maybe a mistake not considering how its pronounced in the US. I'll give it a go on the brandable sites anyway

Thanks again
 
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