Salesforce has acquired the premium domain name Einstein.com, ahead of announcing a new AI product called Salesforce Einstein.

I had noticed some movement on August 20, 2016 but was not sure who the buyers were at that time, but it’s Salesforce.

Forbes.com broke the news yesterday about the new artificial intelligence product. Using the name in current whois records, Tim Wicinski, along with the fact that name servers are set to MarkMonitor (salesforce is a client), I’m saying Salesforce … Read the rest

I dislike nothing more than a company without a matching .com domain name! I think it’s a distraction that is very costly and something that a startup can avoid when naming early on!

So, where do you start your naming process? Domain names, really!

Yes, you can come up with some words in general that you like but as soon as you have a couple in mind, the very next thing you need to do is check the domain name … Read the rest

Welcome to Domain Movers! We keep a very close eye on domain name activity, with a focus on corporate domain buying, registrations, sales and general movements. Here are a few that we detected the past couple of days:

ConAgra Foods, Inc. secured two domain names relating to food brands they offer: AndyCapps.com and JiffyPopPopcorn.com. They hand registered each domain name after both recently expired. They also registered a few more.

Anske.com which was grabbed on the drop via DropCatch.com … Read the rest

LimeWire.com was a peer to peer (P2P) file sharing service that was founded in 2000 but was seized in October 2010 due to an injunction by a federal judge according to Wikipedia.

The domain name that housed the website is currently up for bids in an expired domain name auction here. At time of publication, the current high bid is $1,035 with the auction ending on August 31, 2016 at 12:04 PDT.

Interestingly, although the domain name was … Read the rest

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