Really Bad Website Names
This was a very popular post from 2008 on an old blog of mine that is no longer in existence, except in the Google index. So I thought I’d reproduce it here. Enjoy.
And, “What were these people thinking?”
This has been done before, but I think these are worth repeating. Talk about unintentional consequences. What were these people thinking? Or, I guess maybe they weren’t.I’m not sure of the original source(s) for these as there are so many places these lists can be found on the web (I received some in an email a couple of years ago), so I’m not citing a specific source. Comment and let me know which one is your favorite. (My capitalization in the URLs).
- Who Represents is where you can find the name of the agent that represents any celebrity. Their website is
- Experts Exchange is a knowledge base where programmers can exchange advice and views at
- Looking for a pen? Look no further than Pen Island at
- Need a therapist? Try Therapist Finder at
- There’s the Italian Power Generator company,
- And don’t forget the Mole Station Native Nursery in New South Wales,
- If you’re looking for IP computer software, there’s always
- The First Cumming Methodist Church website is
- And the designers at Speed of Art await you at their wacky website,
- The Royal Tit-Watching (Ornithological) Society Of Britain used the domain:
- Manufacturer of instruments for monitoring temperature, humidity and pressure Dickson didn’t think twice when they choose:
- A holiday rentals company in Spain is called Choose Spain. Hopefully the vacation won’t be a painful experience:
- A company selling CAD software and Learning CDs was calledViaGrafix – quite innocent until a blue pill hit the market. The company is now called Learn2.
- TeachersTalk: A community for teachers and student to discuss all areas of teaching… Even how to stalk teachers?
- The small town Winters’ local newspaper is called Winters Express and can be read online at:
- An eBay competitor was considering the name Auctions Hit, but found it to be a shitty name:
- If you offer a scaffold erection/dismantle service, maybe you shouldn’t have a mammoth as your mascot and call your company Mammoth Erection:
- Things to do and see along New York State’s Canals and vacation regions:
- New Zealand’s “As Seen On TV” is called “But That’s Not All“. But do they sell Butt Hats or not?
- The kids might look nice in their Childrens’ Wear, but remember:
- IHA Vegas‘ holiday rentals might have a special smell, since:
- Could a Apple Macintosh make me more masculine? Read more in macHome magazine:
- Odds Extractor – Online gambling resource or farmers looking for new and unusual machinery?
- If you’re known as Big Al, why not call your online fish supplies store for Big Al’s Online?
- SCA Tissue – Away-From-Home tissue products has a terrible issue with their name:
- Even if you’re company is called Cumbria Storage Systemsdon’t even think about calling your website:
- Alter Scrap Processing part of The Alter Companies use the domain:
- Anyone knows if Australian ISP WebOne does some moonlighting?
- Don’t start a business in Cook Islands… Given that their TLD is .ck and they use .co for commercial domains, you end up with: