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5 Unique Domain Owned Google length Very Long

Last August, Google announced that they had a parent company named Alphabet. Interestingly, Google is known to have bought the domain Looks like a joke? Unfortunately, this is true.

Previous has been chosen to be the main page Alphabet. However, the page does not show much, except a letter from the co-founders of Google, Larry Page.

Exactly, the reason why Google bought the domain name is very long it is to show the entire alphabet from a to z. In addition, two more option domain name represents Alphabet, namely and, already owned by BMW and the American Broadcasting Company. So, if Google may have run out of options?

Then, if the domain with the 26 letters are the only domain is unique in the world? The answer is, no. Here are five other unique domain are no less in length and no less unique, according to the information we collect from page Bustle


Although this domain does not contain anything else, in fact, a person who registered the domain quite ‘desperate’ to think to choose this domain. It seems that people want to create something extraordinary, but he can not even remember how many letters ‘o’ in the domain.


The unique thing here is, in the language, particularly in English, mean dog a dog, while the cat is an animal that is none other than the ‘enemy’ of the dog, ie cat.

Actually the .cat domain is a Top Level Domain (TLD) which is intended to highlight the Catalan language and culture. Policies regarding the domain has been developed by ICANN and FundaciĆ³ puntCAT.


Domains consisting of rows of numbers is actually a subdomain, so if frills .com eliminated, domain above means decimal digits, ie 3.141592653589793238462643383279502884197169399375105820974944592.


In fourth position is its domain submitted to the Guinness World Record as the longest domain in 2002. Unfortunately, at that time Guinness World Record has not been able to establish it as the domain of the longest domain. The meaning of these domains is ‘domain longest in the world and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again’.


In a written statement on its website, the domain owner claimed that he had registered the longest town name in the UK, namely lanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch. And please note, this is a real place. So, continued the owner, a domain which is based on a real place much better than a series of words and numbers are meaningless.