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SVG_00085I came across this post via Amanda Sevasti’s blog – the ABCs of my URLs.

All you have to do is just type each letter of the alphabet into your browser bar and see what comes up.

I have to say though, that this won’t be 100% accurate as I cleared my cache recently. And I was working on a story relating to gaming, and I may or may not randomly browse for holiday related things. I also use a lot of Google services.

A – airbnb.com > just browsing
B – bizcommunity.com > keeping up with local media scene
C – clubsense.co.za > I used to write for the print title but they closed down
D – drive.google.com > use it daily
E – expedia.com > daydreaming about holidays
F – facebook.com > login mostly for work on weekdays
G – google.co.za > I google everything
H – huffingtonpost.com > reading
I – infogr.am > sometimes I need to create infographics for articles I write (print)
J – (nothing came up here)
K – kulula.com > I like flying from Lanseria
L – laughingsquid.com > one of my favourite websites
M – mail.google.com > need I say more
N – nafisa.co.za > did you expect something else?
O – orange.com/za > they sell products that’s not readily available, worth checking
P – plus.google.com > only really share my blog posts here
Q – quickeval.co.za > I am stumped with this one, how did I end up here?
R – rockstargames.com > research
S – store.steampowered.com > wanted to buy a gift voucher
T – twitter.com > I always look on the web even though I use Tweetbot
U – us.battle.net > more research
V – viator.com > I was looking at tours
W – wikipedia.org > I always want to reference something
X – xbox.com > looking at my neglected account, and research
Y – youtube.com > I like watching videos
Z – zomato.com > I haven’t reviewed places in ages

So, what’s the ABC of your URLs?

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