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Premium THAI.ME auction

Thai.Me is now being released into premium auction at Sedo.

Thai.Me may become the shortest named Thai portal on the web

The auction is ending on 29 July 2009 and is accessible at:


Please find below more background information relevant to THAI.ME domain jingle, which is currently part of WorldWide.Me portfolio.

Possible bullet-proof concepts:
* a portal for Thai people with e-mails like banjit@thai.me
* + blogs with URLs like http://banjit.thai.me or http://thai.me/banjit
* or / and service companies (Thai massage, food, box, travelling, and other pleasures).

* Thailand's population: 63 million inhabitants

* Thai language speakers: 75 million (spoken in Thailand, Northern Malaysia, Cambodia, Southern Myanmar, Laos)

* Google hits for word "Thai": 202 million

* "Thai.Me" is a four-letter domain (the shortest you can have with "thai" keyword)

* gTLDs (thai.com, thai.net, thai.org, thai.info, thai.us, thai.biz, thai.in, thai.mobi) are parked as basic sites
> no trademarks - no lawsuit - no competition
> sounds better - as a statement - as a jingle
> in English it also means, "I am a Thai" or even "I am all about being Thai"
> good for advertisement - impossible to forget
> certain.ly a catchy phrase

* White paper on "me" branding, and one year of .me domains (including current pricing):
> http://Brands-and-Jingles.com/articles/#dot-me
> http://Brands-and-Jingles.com/white-papers/2009%20-%20Brands-and-Jingles%20-%20one%20year%20of%20dot%20me%20-%20for%20marketeers.pdf

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7 Responses to “Premium THAI.ME auction”

  1. 1

    Indeed, if you are preparing for your earlier retirement, Thai.Me is a good name to keep and to play with, while other develop it for you, while you are sipping your cocktails on some paradise island in Thailand. Like this one:


    Brands-and-Jingles decided to spin it off because none of our team speaks Thai and we shall focus predominant.ly on European markets.

  2. 2

    Funny enough Thai.Me is sometimes jingled with Tie.Me 😉

  3. 3

    Sold just for 500 – the only bidder was the initial one. Another great concept went off cheap.ly.

  4. 4

    500 is cheap. how much was the the first purchase

  5. 5

    Shrink.me is cool. Thai.Me was not paid for during the land rush and then re-aucitoned in May for the nominal price [ http://dot-me.of-cour.se/2009/04/08/post-land-rush-domain-auctions-april-may-2009/#comment-957 ]

  6. 6

    Cloud.me was recent.ly sold by a guy from UAE to an ausy on Sedo for US$22,500.

    One year ago, cloud.me was auctioned during land rush phase, the final bid was just $105 + $99.98 of the initial fee. Th investor nice.ly recovered his investments. Hopeful.ly the new owner has some good plans for it too.

    Reflecting back on the land rush… many good names were to grab those days.

  7. 7

    In fact, this domain was part of WorldWide.Me portfolio http://worldwide.me/

    More of the interesting names are still for grab: German.Me, Indian.Me, Irish.Me …