A bunch of other domain name sold at auction today at NameJet.com in addition to GoCarts.com which I though deserved it own post.
The domain VirtualPrivateServer.com sold for $20,550.
If you don’t know what this is, you can check out the quite long Wikipedia entry on it.
Basically its related to hosting and is going to have a high PPC rate in addition to being a bang on term for a hosting company.
On the other hand another typo, muisc.com sold for $10,800.
This is another one of John Zuccarinis domains that NameJet has been selling.
Finally Polygamy.com sold for $9,901.
As you probably know, especially if you have ever seen the HBO series Big Love, Polygamy is the practice of being married to more than one person at one time.
Personally I have no idea what you would do with this domain even though its a bang on match to the subject it covers.
Its pretty much illegal throughout the US and not something you generally want to advertise you engage in if you do.
The other thing that has always confused me about this subject as someone who has been married for almost 25 years, is why anyone would want two wives or more at one time (and who could afford it) but I digress.
I like the VPS sale – cloud domain without use of the word “cloud”.
VirtualPrivateServer.com seems like a pretty solid buy. Most people refer to them as just VPS though.
8100 Exact / 22K Phrase searches. $8+ CPC, near max competition.
It’s nice to finally see domain sales catch-up with the red hot virtualization/VM reality.
I’d certainly like to partner with someone on a couple of names I’ve held in this space for a while now (VMApps.com and VMStorage.com).
Polygamy.com was a steal – my wife (not wives) was not happy after the fact – with me stopping at $3K
What would you do with that domain?
Shotime’s Weeds has a enormous cult following – which keeps everybody at home – half baked – while they wait for some politician to fix their world. Polygamy is no different – as apparntly a few shows already portray – cant think of them now.
Big love is not weeds and its over
no more shows