When I mention a “domain hack,” most people understand what it means but some don’t fully get it. A domain hack is when a word or phrase is created by combining the keyword and the domain name extension. Domain name hacks are commonly found in ccTLD (country code) domain names, but they can be found in a domain name with any extension.
Here’s a great domain hack someone found and posted on Twitter:
Don’t know which I love more, the Reg plate or the domain name 😁 pic.twitter.com/YGHBUzuIAp
— Giarc (@jardinec) June 4, 2018