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Domain Movers: AZR.com, ProClick.com + More

Welcome to Domain Movers, where DotWeekly keeps track of corporate domain name transactions and reports the early findings to you. I continue to have problems with one of my tools I use to help me with these reports, so I know I’m missing a bunch of movements and the reason behind the 3 day delay for this report. I basically use 2 different means to detect movement and one of those has been on and off functioning.

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Domain Movers: AZR.com, ProClick.com + More
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Domain Movers: Brite.com, Nuot.com + More

Domain Movers is an exclusive series by DotWeekly that focuses on corporate domain name transactions. These are often very early detection’s and there is not always much information relating to the movements but the information is worth noting.

Here are the latest movements detected:

Emirates has acquired LinenCraft.com in a mid September 2016 transaction when the domain switched to generic MarkMonitor whois data but now reveals Emirates as the owners. The domain was for sale using Afternic.

EYGN Limited acquired … Read the rest

Domain Movers: Brite.com, Nuot.com + More
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Domain Movers: NaturalChoice.com, ClubCard.com + More

Welcome to Domain Movers! DotWeekly keeps track of corporate domain name transactions and reports the early finds. Here is a small sampling of the latest domain names on the move:

Blue Cross Blue Shield has acquired HealthOfAmerica.com which was for sale using Uniregistry. They are currently redirecting the domain name to a page on BCBS.com titled The Health Of America Initiative.

MetalHub.com has been acquired by a currently unknown CSC Corporate Domains client.

Interruptions.com has been acquired by a currently … Read the rest

Domain Movers: NaturalChoice.com, ClubCard.com + More
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Domain Movers: Fuck.com, Wilds.com + More

Welcome to Domain Movers where DotWeekly keeps track of corporate domain name transactions (and valuable domains in general) and reports the early findings to you. We heavily rely on whois data to present the most accurate information, so 95% of the time we are spot on and once in a great while we miss the mark.

Here we go with the latest:

GoDaddy has sold 5, 2 letter .net domain names. Those were: TY.net, MK.net, CG.net, LX.net and FZ.net. … Read the rest

Domain Movers: Fuck.com, Wilds.com + More
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Domain Movers: Latch.com, Steroid.org + More

Here are the latest Domain Movers with a corporate focus. Not a huge list today but these are the ones that grabbed my attention in the past 48 hours:

Steroid.org has been sold for $4,500 by Before The Dot to UK company Juicy Llama. They used the contact form on Bruce’s website and closed the deal via Escrow.com. Bruce acquired it on the drop in August 2016 for $431 via DropCatch. To note, BuySteroids.org sold for $10K on Sedo in … Read the rest

Domain Movers: Latch.com, Steroid.org + More
Jamie Zoch

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Domain Movers: Upside.com, PuppyArmour.com + More

Welcome to the latest Domain Movers where we keep track of corporate domain name transactions. These are often early indicators of future brands, products, services, ad campaigns and domain name upgrades by companies around the world.

Here are the latest detection’s over the past 48 hours:

Fortum Corporation has acquired JoinTheChange.com from HugeDomains. The domain had an offering price of $3,595.

WanderingWifi LLC has acquired AwareSoftware.com out of the GoDaddy NameFind portfolio. The domain is still in escrow currently at … Read the rest

Domain Movers: Upside.com, PuppyArmour.com + More
Jamie Zoch

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No Good Domain Blogs? I Predicted It Back in 2011

Today Domainingtips.com posted a blog about the “The State of Domaining Blogs in 2017 ” and concluded with a “there is no  good answer” However we predicted this would happen in 2011: “Blogging is a tough deal. Since I started blogging, Frank Schilling stopped, Sahar stopped and most recently Rick Schwartz announced he was basically […]

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Domain Movers: Fire.com, Blue.com + More

Welcome to Domain Movers where DotWeekly keeps track of corporate domain name transactions and reports them to you! These articles are stacked with fresh data that is interesting and unique! Often times, you hear it here first.

Some big names in today’s list:

Fire Financial Services has acquired the premium generic domain name Fire.com! They are using the domain name PayWithFire.com currently, so clearly this is a big time domain name / brand upgrade for them.

Whois records changed … Read the rest

Domain Movers: Fire.com, Blue.com + More
Jamie Zoch

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Domain Movers: Zoo.com, Cmet.com + More

Welcome to another round of Domain Movers where DotWeekly focuses on corporate domain name transactions and reports them to you. This puts a pulse on the corporate domain name activity and hopefully sheds some light on end user activity. The detection’s are often fresh and likely would not be reported on otherwise, due to the amount of research work it takes daily to keep track.

Here are the latest movers over the past 24 hours:

T-Mobile USA, Inc. registered TMobileDigits.comRead the rest

Domain Movers: Zoo.com, Cmet.com + More
Jamie Zoch

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Domain Movers: TS.com, React.com + More

Welcome to the latest Domain Movers series where DotWeekly focuses on corporate domain name transactions and reports the movements to you. Let’s get right into the past movements we detected over the past 24 hours:

Figureate.com has been acquired by a currently unknown MarkMonitor client. The domain was owned by HugeDomains and had an offering price of $2,195

Alibaba Group Holding Limited has acquired ShenJing.com which was using Uniregistry services at the time of the purchase and was also listed … Read the rest

Domain Movers: TS.com, React.com + More
Jamie Zoch

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