Big game: Rams.com back to being a blog about the male sheep

Just days after being listed for sale on DAN.com with an $800,000 dollar price tag, Rams.com is once again a blog about the male sheep.

Adam Dicker’s premium domain has been listed for sale on several domain venues over the years; its owner insisted in the past that it was acquired for his love of the animal.

We’re not sure if Adam Dicker’s background is Welsh, notoriously famous for their love of the sheep, but the Canadian domain investor pulled the domain from active sales just as the Super Bowl is about to take place.

Odds are in favor of the Los Angeles Rams, the NFL team that does not own Rams.com but owns TheRams.com instead.

Perhaps the Bengals beat the odds and win, in which case Rams.com will become less valuable. Then again, if the Rams win the Super Bowl, Rams.com might find itself propelled into seven figure territory, as it did in the past.

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Rams.com is currently a blog about the male sheep

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4 Responses to “Big game: Rams.com back to being a blog about the male sheep”
  1. RaTHeaD says:

    you know, a site about sheep can also be a porn site. just sayin’…

  2. Anonymous says:

    His bounce rate is likely to be crazy. Nobody will type in Rams.com with the expectation of searching for male sheep. People will type Sheep.com or Sheeps.com but not Rams.com…at least not in the US. The domain name can be used in other creative ways such as an NFT or crypto company or an insurance company like Elephant.com

  3. Anonymous says:

    …maybe a site about computer RAM (Random Access Memory)

  4. Sky says:

    OH come on, you don’t have to be Welsh to love sheep…. but it helps.

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