Domain Discoveries

Last year when DomainNameSales.com reported it’s Q2 domain names sales report to DnJournal.com, I did some digging on the buyers and did a two report series on the buyers. I thought the articles were awesome! These domain sales are different than many reported, because DNS always seems to maximize domain name sales and often the buyers can be large companies, funded start-ups and end users in general. These are the types of domain sales we all want to see! If … Read the rest

Here are some domain name movers that would have likely gone unreported otherwise, mainly all by large companies:

CBS Interactive Inc. has moved hundreds (400+) of domain names they had parked with DomainSponsor and a few with Fabulous to the general MarkMonitor name servers. They also moved over 400+ more to the CBS name servers. Some of these domain names included Buying.net, BuyDirect.com, Equip.com, Kids.com and many more. All of the domain names that I checked, redirect to the website … Read the rest

Here are some domain name movers that I detected that may not have been publicly announced otherwise. Most were purchased by large companies or simply moving for one reason or another.

LawBreakers.com has been purchased by a currently unknown CSC Corporate Domains client using Afternic. The domain was reported sold in 2007 for $2,500 but the domain appears to have sold several times since then. The past owners according to whois was Marketing Ventures in 2013 and early 2014 and … Read the rest

There is a fairly strong chance that the domain name Dating.com has been sold! This would be a multi-million dollar domain sale if it did sell again!

Dating.com sold during a 2010 DOMAINfest domain name auction for $1.75 Million as I reported to Harlequin Holdings Limited. The domain had a “beta” site on it for several years but nothing really was on the “site” other than that. Plus it mainly focused on escorts.

Dating.com has switched domain registrars, but … Read the rest

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