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There’s nothing “beautifull” in a typoed #domain name

If you’re a domain investor participating in domain auctions, you’d better keep an Oxford dictionary by your laptop.

Sometimes bidding heats up among bidders that end up spending a small fortune on a typoed domain name, realizing about it too late.

Having to register a typographic error of a domain can be embarrassing too – just ask Frank Schilling.

But paying for a domain auction such as the one for Beautifull.com is ridiculous. Beautifull is not a real word, but it’s a common typo, or else there would not be 29 million results of the word “beautifull” in Google.

Still, spending almost $2 grand on a domain such as Beautifull.com, currently in auction at DropCatch, is a waste of money.

Will you bid on the auction for Beautifull.com knowing it’s a typo of Beautiful.com? Let’s take a poll.

Would you bid on Beautifull.com knowing it's a terrible typo?

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One Response to “There’s nothing “beautifull” in a typoed #domain name”
  1. DomainGang says:

    Update: Beautifull.com sold for $3,760 dollars. Source: https://namebio.com/beautifull.com

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