Registry sells four premium domains to giant etailer.
Amazon.com has purchased a.co
m, z.co, k.co, and cloud.co from the .co registry, TechCrunch reported this evening.
Other allocated one letter domains include t.co for twitter and x.co for Go Daddy.
I wouldn’t be surprised if Amazon uses a.co as a link shortener itself.
Most interesting to me is cloud.co. Would Amazon actually brand a service as cloud.co? Or was this a throw in?
This will be interesting to watch. Whether you love it or hate it, you have to admit .Co has trumped all other recent TLD launches for creating buzz and getting big name buy in.