Jingling .me domains are impossible to forget
One of the U.K.’s leading insurers, SwiftCover, provider of home, motor, and travel insurances, a member of AXA group, and the owner of SwiftCover.com, despite all that, prefers to advertise on Facebook under a “don’t touch me” jingle:
Google says it is applying for .LOL, others apply for .sucks:
Earlier in the summer we have spotted the first one-letter .ME being awarded to Delicious (D.ME). Now, VISA is already live with V.ME.
A consortium of three domainers has successfully divested meet.me domain name for the new record price of $450,000.00 USD. The happy buyer Conference Plus already owns meetme.com and has huge plans for the name. Until now the company was best known for providing audio, web and video conferencing services.
178 top keyword .me domain names were auctioning at Sedo for a week. As one hour before the end there were about $87k bids. Though naturally most of the show happened during the last hour and one hour after the official deadline. The final take from the auction was $189,268 or about $1,063 per domain […]
Another catchy Facebook application is trending on the social network: GetMap.Me.
Not only Time is a top journal and a proud user of ti.me domain name, now conquering Europe, the magazine also leads a full “ME” campaign:
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