I was browsing through DNForum’s domain names for sale above $100 section last night, when I saw a domain name listing that was interesting, to say the least. CloudSperm.com is for sale for $2,000. Yes… CloudSperm.com.
Described as an “amazing cloud domain.Brandable,” CloudSperm.com is a name that has me shaking my head and laughing. I have no idea why someone thought it would be a good idea to register, and I can’t seem to pinpoint who would buy it.
Has the cloud domain purchase craze really become this bad? Are there absolutely no more cloud keyword combinations available left to register?
Here’s a tip for people trying to capitalize on the cloud domain craze likely fueled by the Apple iCloud.com domain acquisition. Don’t buy domain names that have no search volume, make no sense, and would be especially embarrassing to use in market. They may get you a laugh (likely at your expense), but they probably won’t make you any money.