Google has a half a million results for the typo.
But it's a domain related domain, therefore accuracy of the language is even more important.
If we can't spell the domains we use to sell domains properly, then what's the world coming to?
if it were awsome.com thats one thing. But its awsome domains. Maybe you can make a directory of typo (read:awsome) domains.
Sell it on ebay. You'll find someone who will be very happy to have such an awesome domain.
Guess you are right MH.
I was soooo happy when I caught it, then i thought, it was too easy, so I researched it, and amazingly enough, i discovered that although apparently both are used, it does come from 'awe', so the reason i bought it for, which was branding it for my domains, is ...gone.
I gues technically, according to websters, it is a used term, so it should make it easier to sell on ebay.
yeah, will do! thanks a lot for the feedback MD, i appreciate it.
I think i am suffering from domain burnout. This is like the 4th name from Monday that I cought that was either mispelled, or was just lousy...