Domain Discoveries

A couple days ago I had noticed that Microsoft Corp had acquired the domain name FED.tv as a “Premium .tv” domain from the registry. Many .tv domain names are held by the registry and require a one-time premium payment for the domain name and FED.tv was one of them. After the premium payment, normal renewal fees apply to the domain.

So how much did Microsoft pay for the premium .tv domain from the registry?

Based on information that I received … Read the rest

Welcome to the latest round of company domain movers by large companies! This list is full of domain names registered, purchased and more by large companies. I call this series DotWeekly Discoveries and it’s powered by DomainIQ.com!

These domain names are often hint or clues to many upcoming things from the companies behind them, so they may not mean much right now but likely will in the very near future! Products, services, ad campaigns, businesses and much more! Take … Read the rest

In today’s DotWeekly Discoveries powered by DomainIQ.com of company domain movers by large companies who have recently registered or purchased domain names we will see many interesting things like all the other DotWeekly Discoveries articles! ha ha

Okay, here we go!

General Motors

Registered the domain name MyPriceLink.com . That made me look into PriceLink.com and that domain has been secured by CitizenHawk on behalf of Priceline.com on or about 7/31/2012 from Garry Chernoff.

GM did announce in January 2014 … Read the rest

Welcome to the latest round of company domain movers in a series I call DotWeekly Discoveries powered by DomainIQ.com . In the DotWeekly Discoveries series, I do some domain digging and find newly registered, purchased and simply domains on the move by some of the largest companies on the internet. The domain discoveries often lead into “news” of new products, services and much more!

I do dig to try and find some information for each, but because it’s often so … Read the rest

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