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DOMAIN NAME FOR SALE​

RAMS.COM



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R A M S . c o m




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Very nice addition to your portfolio @MapleDots (y)
 
Unreal four-letter single-word .com domain. Congrats man.
 
Congrats on your acquisition. I believe this will be a 7 figure sale one day and perhaps 1 day soon.

I was looking into this one as well but unfortunately Adam wasn’t willing to accept Canadian Tire money as a method of payment. ;)
 
The previous owner had a nice RAMS (the animal) site up. Was the site included with the sale?

The name currently forwards to your market page. Any plans for it in the near future to have a website on it?
 
The previous owner had a nice RAMS (the animal) site up. Was the site included with the sale?

The name currently forwards to your market page. Any plans for it in the near future to have a website on it?

No plans at the moment, I bought the domain only, I did not buy the site.
 
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steelers.com
patriots.com
chargers.com
raiders.com
chiefs.com
jaguars.com
colts.com
bengals.com
buccaneers.com
seahawks.com
49ers.com
giants.com
vikings.com
packers.com
panthers.com


most of the rest use the city+name except therams. you'd figure they'd at least try to buy LARams.com
 
larams.com is living on borrowed time

He is asking for a UDRP

Let me be perfectly clear here:

rams.com has numerous applications, especially the ones that are pronounceable.

4 letter domains are mostly used as acronyms and even though they may be pronounceable they have more merit as acronym. There is a much broader end user base for acronyms, and most of my 4 letter sales have been used as acronym domains, therefore it made sense for me to purchase the domain. Four letter .com's of any kind can be hugely valuable, especially if they are pronounceable, or if they represent a dictionary word, either in singular or plural.

Anyone in this topic mentioning the football team above is doing so on a free and open discussion platform and I have not, nor will I be contacting them for a sale. I will assume this to be an acronym domain unless someone wants to use it as a pronounceable.
 
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