News surpasses 50,000 fans on Facebook

candy, the domain name that sold for $3MM+, surpassed the 50,000 fan mark on its Facebook page (, hitting over 56,000 fans recently.  

While has many of its competitors beat in the search engines for the search term ‘candy’, there’s still some catching up to do on Facebook. 

Hershey’s, the candy company that was originally founded in 1894, has over 1.5 million fans on its Facebook page (  But considering was only founded in 2009, it’s doing rather well thanks to its category-killer domain name.

This year, has been getting much more social. 

It unveiled its re-designed blog on its one-year anniverary.  The blog has excellent articles for candy enthusiasts, written by Sue Gillerlain, the former executive editor of Professional Candy Buyer magazine and a current contributing editor at Candy & Snack TODAY magazine. is also on Twitter.

What’s interesting to note about Candy companies on Facebook, it wasn’t a candy company that grabbed the vanity URL ‘candy’ on Facebook.  It was a person:  Candy He who got to the vanity URL before anyone else.

News to provide reviews, buying advice, news and more for tablet enthusiasts

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It’s been only a month since Aron Meystedt of acquired the category-killer domain name

So what’s in store for one of the hottest gadgets and domain names on the market?

Bill Kara of Hallpass Media whose casual game network receives over 3.5 million visitors monthly, suggested back in early November on Fusible that “should make a comparison engine and do some peer rankings to really get the SEO juice going.   I don’t think a blog is the best use of this type of domain IMO…”, he commented.

Aron responded that the blog is just temporary, and plans were underway for a comparsion engine and more. 

If you’ve visited recently, you’ll know the search is on for writers to write reviews, articles, news, buying advice, information and more.  Literally, anything about tablets.

Whatever site is ultimately launched, right now continues to show up on page 1 of Google for the search phrase ‘tablets’, and ranks above Apple, Amazon, RadioShack, Best Buy and other popular sites that sell tablets.