Joe Styler is a Product Manager at GoDaddy, but does much more than that for the company. In many ways, Joe is the face of the company to the domain investment community. Have a question or concern about GoDaddy on NamePros? Joe is usually the guy who answers. He is essentially an ambassador for the company to domain investors.
One thing that I think is neat about GoDaddy is that the company appears to encourage its employees to have side gigs. Joe has embraced this, and he has operated TheaterTickets.com for several years. This afternoon, Joe announced the launch of another side gig on a great domain name – SicilianSeaSalt.com:
https://t.co/QzLh3kBLUB is officially open for business. No more soft launch! If you order until July 29th you can get free shipping (up to $25 worth) on any oder over $50 with the code- openingday Find out why this is the World’s best salt!
— Joe Styler (@jjstyler) July 22, 2021
I know that Joe enjoys cooking, so this small business is right up his alley. Not surprisingly, it looks like Joe used the GoDaddy website builder product for his website. I think his experience and feedback will be helpful to him and to GoDaddy.
Joe isn’t the only person in the domain investment space that I know who operates niche businesses. Peter Askew operates several, including my favorite VidaliaOnions.com. Drew Wash operates Towing.com. Shane Cultra operates Beehouse Honey.
I wish Joe lots of luck with his newest venture.
He misspelled taste on his home page. Is says tase.
Thanks I got that fixed.
Most of the sites are affiliate sites…just like mine
Am still sourcing for good marijuana growers to sell on my site for bonsaimarijuana.com
It is legal to grow marijuana in most states now and I plan to sell marijuana plants ..bonsai marijuana.
I also plan to make my own marijuana spices:
Thanks a lot for the nice article Elliot. We are really excited about selling this salt. it is a game changer for your cooking.
Where do you get the salt? or you got it from the deserts in Arizona?
We get it from Sicily where it is taken from the Mediterranean Sea in a sustainable manner and has been for thousands of years. It was first produced there by the Phoenicians (ancient civilzation). And now there are a couple of modern Phoenicians (residents of Phoenix) selling it today. You can find out more in the about us section.
This is wandering off on a slight tangent, but still relevant considering the domain in question.
Why has modern “marketing” (ie: propaganda) labelled salt as a bad thing and tells us to reduce it as much as we can? Looking into history, salt was always known as the “spice of life”… and it is. Salt is essential and we have been conned to not eat enough of it. Blood is high in salt, as anyone who has licked a wound should know. The problem is that we have been conned to use the WRONG type of salt – table salt. Table salt is as garbage as it gets. Dr Leonard Caldwell has/had a great video explaining the difference and why table salt is the real problem – something about it being abrasive and scratching the blood vessel walls and hence requiring cholesterol (which in itself is not a bad thing) to repair the walls, thus creating blockages with cholesterol. Modern science is often a huge scam, designed to enrich the medical/pharmaceutical industries by promoting falsehoods and getting people sick.
The Mediterranean diet is high in sea salt yet it is one of the most healthy diets in the world. The above paragraph partly explains why.