If you visit Push.com, you will be forwarded to a Twitter account seemingly operated by the owner of the domain name. A few years ago, I wrote about all the interest the Push.com domain name receives on Twitter. People visit Push.com, land on its Twitter page, and inquire about whether the domain name is available to purchase.
Although Push.com doesn’t appear to be listed for sale or marketed for sale, it seems like the owner would consider selling the domain name for the right offer. What’s the right amount? I have no idea, but if the comparable sales shared on the domain name’s Twitter feed are any indication, it would take a seven or eight figure offer to close a deal.
In October of 2019, the Push.com Twitter account posted a screenshot of a list of top publicly reported domain name sales shared by GoDaddy:
— Push (@push_dot_com) October 8, 2019
If the owner of Push.com wants to sell the domain name, it would be wise to put up an email address or a contact link since the Whois record is private. It’s a nice domain name.