Maybe Cosmopolitan Magazine doesn't want cosmo.com. Or maybe...this mysterious company is playing hard to get and it's totally working!
Either way, the top 10 ways to drive me wild all involve a better web presence, and I know I'm not alone here, right fellas?
This is randyquaid.com.
Randy Quaid might be double-exclamation psyched about you coming to Canada, but it's more likely he doesn't see any particular benefit to having a personal website at the moment.
Universal Tube & Rollform Equipment Corporation got utube.com before YouTube could.
But if you follow them on Twitter, you know they're a web juggernaut not to be trifled with.
Presumably, Vimeo and Vine are in an endless bidding war for easy slip-up vime.com.
And the fatcats at VIME, S.L. are laughing ALL THE WAY TO THE BANK.
This one's interesting: market research indicates that LL Bean has enough brand awareness to avoid misspellings when their customers look for them online, so they didn't shell out for similar URLs.
A risky move? You bet. A lie I just made up? Yes, that too.
Bing, as you well know, sponsored the robot boxing stadium in Real Steel, but they weren't quiiiite able to lock down common typos bign.com or bng.com.
If you slip up and find yourself at goggle.com, you'll be greeted by this totally innocent little guy.
Ya gotta think Pabst Blue Ribbon made an offer on PBR.com, but it looks like Professional Bull Riders, inc. sent 'em packin'.
It could be that their partnership with Monster Energy preculdes them from accepting money from other garbage water distributors.