Domain Discoveries

GoDaddy.com has sold yet another 2 letter .com domain name and this time it was MW.com to a Chinese buyer.

This has been a revolving door for GoDaddy and its NameFind domain portfolio in late 2016. This is the 9th, 2 letter .com domain name sale. The prior 2 letter .com domain sales were:

FH.com
JC.com
FJ.com
TS.com
GK.com
GH.com
JG.com
LF.com

GoDaddy obtained 24, 2 letter .com domain names from the Elite Domains domain name portfolio it acquired for … Read the rest

This is Domain Movers, an exciting series where DotWeekly highlights corporate domain name transactions, which often indicate new brands, future marketing efforts and much more.

Here are the latest domain transactions:

Amazon Technologies, Inc. registered several interesting domain names and those included: JustAddMagicSeries.com, AllOrNothingSeries.com, TheLastTycoonSeries.com, ManInTheHighCastleSeries.com, SneakyPeteSeries.com and TheManInTheHighCastleSeries.com. These appear to all relate to TV series on Amazon.

Safilo S.p.A. / Polaroid registered the domain names PolaroidX.com and PolaroidEyewearX.com. They continued with PolaroidPeer.com and PolaroidPop.com.

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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.

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Michael Berkens of Most Wanted Domains / Worldwide Media sold the domain name Stuff.com in March 2015 for an undisclosed amount as reported by DotWeekly at the time of the sale, according to whois records.

Blucora Inc.

Publicly traded company Blucora, Inc. were the buyers and the domain name began forwarding (redirecting) to HowStuffWorks.com. Blucora Inc. was InfoSpace.com until switching names to Blucora Inc. in 2012 and InfoSpace became a subsidiary of Blucora. Blucora had recently acquired How Stuff Works from Discovery … Read the rest

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