Google secures misspelt domains

    Google secures misspelt domains

     

    Typo squatting is getting too common that as you are reading this article, a domain name similar to a popular one would have risen. The mistyping is creating sleepless nights to the owners of the famous sites as they are charged heavily for each wrong entry.

    A new report confirms that Google, the search giant whose domain name is google.com is one of the misspelt domains and it has secured about 32 domain names. These domains are listed as follows.

    1. gougle.com

    2. gooogly.com

    3. goolglemail.com

    4. goolgle.com

    5. goolggle.com

    6. googu.com

    7. googole.com

    8. googne.com

    9. googlu.com

    10. googlse.com

    11. googlp.com

    12. googlev.com

    13. googletr.com

    14. googlepictures.com

    15. googleparking.net

    16. googlehomepage.com

    17. googleen.com

    18. googledevice.com

    19. googlede.com

    20. googlecalander.com

    21. googlae.com

    22. googer.com

    23. googemail.com

    24. gologle.com

    25. gogglemails.com

    26. goggleemail.com

    27. gogelmail.com

    28. go0gle.com

    29. ggoole.com

    30. ggolge.com

    31. gggoogle.com

    32. geoolge.com

    Previously, Google has lodged a complaint against an individual of Hong Kong with the National Arbitration Forum. The person had claimed that owns a host of domain names that sound similar to Google. The Forum then tried reaching the individual to get a response but failed and then decided to transfer the domains to Google immediately.

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