Looks like someone has already registered back in 2007. They’re not using it – it doesn’t even have a DNS entry or a website, even a blank one.

Whoever snagged the rights to the URL does own a real-life store by that name, so I don’t begrudge them the rights to the URL. It’s just that it’s going to make my life just that little bit harder and more complicated to always have to add in the “.etsy” to my URL and when telling people about it. Add to which, I won’t be as easily Googleable. -grumble-

Maybe I should call them and ask if they still really want it. After all, they haven’t used it in over two years.

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