Name.com Contest Contestants

Name.comI want to share with you the 5 finalists for the Valentine’s Day domain name poetry contest sponsored by Name.com. The winner will receive a $250 credit from Name.com, which can be used to buy domain names as well as renew them. Thanks to Name.com for sponsoring this fun contest.

If you submitted a video and it’s not listed here, please post it in the comment section of this article ASAP. The winner will be chosen by Paul and Ashley at Name.com, and I will announce it sometime on Monday afternoon.

Thank you to all who participated!

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
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5 COMMENTS

  1. I love the black and yellow remix by Klajdi Hena – “Name.com, name.com, name.com uh-huh!” LMAO, just great. This one gets my vote – I also like Tippy’s entry.

    Cool contest and entertaining!

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