Putting a really interested domain up for sale tonight. WeedTesting.com – $4000.
This industry is booming and seeing explosive growth. For someone looking to start a company, or even just looking to invest in a great name in this niche, do not pass this opportunity up. Think – in roughly a year and half, if the right person is elected president, a lot of people are going to need weed testing!
I moved to Oregon about 3 months after recreational marijuana was legalized. After you make a purchase in a dispensary, they print out a label to put on every container of weed you buy. The label shows where it was tested and when. It usually says the name of the testing company, the date of test, the thc %, and the cbd %. Imagine on that brand line, it said WeedTesting.com. A name like this can quickly become one of the most known and trusted brands in the space.
Just going back through my old domains, I was reminded that I’ve sold 4 with the word “weed” in them since 2015. I have a few “pot” sales, as well. The general consensus is, that words like these may have negative slang connotations still, and that it is preferred to get other words like cannabis, green, leaf, etc.
No disagreement with that general premise, but of course…it depends. There is a very popular service called Weed Maps, for example. There’s also a magazine that I see in almost every Oregon dispensary called Dope. Clearly, it depends on what you do with it, and these names can still be used for widely recognized brands.
Some of the most recent 2019 sales are weedmagazine.com, weedweed.com, qualityweed.com, weed.ly, weedclass.com, weedtimes.com, and weedbuzz.com.
While weed might not be *the best* word in this industry, you are probably going to pay a lot more for some of the more “desirable” ones, or have to settle for a much less memorable name. Do you want a 3 word domain? Ugh..no. There are always tradeoffs, and at this budget/price, this is a strong choice.
The second word “testing”, also has a strong domain sales history. One of the biggest companies you can think of with testing in the name, usertesting.com, is actually ON this list from back in 2006 (and has since raised $48.5 million. whoa!) :
As you can see, a lot of those are actually older sales – a lot of these names for these types of services aren’t hitting the market in 2019. They were aready purchased as investments or business names a long time ago. That’s one reason I foresee WeedTesting.com being sold quickly.
Also worth noting there are hundreds of private sales of these types of names that go unreported and aren’t on public marketplaces. The two tables above just represent reported sales on a few specified selling platforms.
The name is available for sale, first come, first served. Email me with any questions, including payment options.
Businesses that test the thc and cbd content of marijuana are going to continue to grow as this business expands throughout America and worldwide.