Welcome to Domain Movers, where DotWeekly keeps track of corporate domain name transactions and reports the early findings to you. Several big names in the group today and once again, millions of dollars of domain sales!

Panera, LLC registered the domain names GoodFoodWherever.com/net/org/biz/info adding to the 300+ domain names they currently own.

Zoetis Services LLC, owners of over 2,300 domain names, registered TreatDogItch.com. The domain is forwarding to ApoquelDogs.com for a prescription allergy medicine called Apoquel.

AssuredPartners Inc. has acquired Sisk and Co. and one of the assets owned by Sisk was BenefitSupport.com, which is now owned by AssuredPartners.

MoneySupermarket.com Limited were the buyers of CreditClub.com that I mentioned earlier had sold but the buyers where unknown at that time.

Cleans.com, which is owned by The Procter & Gamble Company was mismanaged like its sibling Clean.com that I mentioned last week. Both domains have been long owned by P&G but were on SedoParking name servers and the domains didn’t appear to be listed on the service. That mean any parking revenue they have generated (since around 2008) has been going into Sedo’s pocket. Last week Clean.com was redirected to Tide.com and now Cleans.com has changed name servers but currently isn’t set up correctly to resolve but it appears they are doing something with it.

TZH.com appears to have been sold by Brookfield Property Partners. The domain transferred out of corporate provider SafeNames over to eNom under the registrant details of Chad Wright, with WebQuest, then into privacy protection and parked with Uniregistry.

Hearst Television Inc. has acquired VeryLocal.com, a BrandBucket listed domain name, which was acquired around March 2017 using generic whois data at CSC Corporate Domains. Hearst has now been revealed as the buyers. Managing Director Michael Krell was the seller and he mentioned he sold the domain for $8,995

77.com has been sold again, this time at Sedo. The domain has moved into its transfer service, so the buyers are currently unknown. The domain sold for seven figures in 2015 and I’d expect no different this time around. This sale follows on the heals of 20.com recently selling for $1.75 million (which undersold, as I know higher offers were made on the domain in the past).

Juice.com has been sold and very likely acquired by one of the Booth brothers. The domain name was under Marksmen whois data for many years and prior was owned by Microsoft. So Microsoft is the potential seller, which follows on the heals of Jellyfish.com and Firefly.com. Both of those hold great potential to have been acquired by the same buyer. Some real gems and pretty interesting in general that Microsoft is unloading these premium generic domain names. Congrats to Booth!

Lasea Sa has acquired its EMD from Frank Schillings Name Administration Inc., Lasea.com. The company is currently using Lasea.eu. The domain held a minimum offer amount of $21,000

WMOB.com appears to be allowed to expire. The domain is owned by Turner Broadcasting Systems, Inc. and was listed for sale on Sedo. No bids were place on the domain according to Sedo’s website. (so now may be a time to drop a low offer)

About Jamie Zoch

Jamie Zoch is a domain investor, dad and dedicated husband who founded DotWeekly.com in 2008 to bring unique and helpful views on domain names. Jamie is very passionate about domain names and helping others learn and prosper.

5 Responses to Domain Movers: Juice.com, 77.com + More
  1. Hi Jamie–Jamie, I would like to send a letter to Microsoft pertaining to one of my domains. Are you aware of
    a particular individual or department that I could forward the letter to. Any assistance that you may offer would
    be greatly appreciated. Your column is one of the few that provides insightful information for anyone interested
    in the domain industry. Thank You-Jack

  2. Jamie, amazining discoveries as usual. I am not sure how you will come across these nice findining times to time.. domaining industry is certainly benefit from your great work.

  3. Hi Jamie–the department would be related to the world of auctions. Thank you. Jack


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