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Pshiiit.com and Psst.com : Which one is more valuable?

Pshiiit” is a verbal call for attention, and the matching domain Pshiiit.com sold for $1,300 dollars on DropCatch yesterday.

The auction involved a dropped domain that used to be a nail polish brand. Somehow, the domain remained unused for the past four years and no more videos were shared on the matching YouTube channel.

Meanwhile, SnapNames keeps sending out emails that begin with “Psst” – for example: “Psst… Sports & Fitness Domains are Waiting.”

Personally, we find the email subject uninspiring, they might as well use “Hey bro!” instead, or a wolf whistle.

It seems that Psst.com is an actual developed web site, and not one in the hands of a “squatter” per the HEY.com founder’s argument.

According to the Psst.com web site:

“PSST was founded in 1990 with a vision for improving efficiencies for K-12 and business administrators with integration and compliance solutions.”

In that sense, Psst.com is more valuable than Pshiiit.com, but equally confusing as a brand.

Call to action – buy my domains – Photo by Kim Carpenter on Unsplash


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