Here is something that I found pretty interesting while digging around this morning. I had noticed the domain name Anchor.org, which very likely sold at BuyDomains.com and has transferred to a new owner. I wasn’t able to find a sales price btw, but while doing the research on the domain, I ran into something that was surprising to me.

When I did a whois search at DomainTools for Anchor.org, the domain did NOT have Privacy on it? Whois Privacy … Read the rest

Here are some more silent domain discovery movers that likely wouldn’t be discovered without doing a fair amount of digging. These are domain movers of some large companies and here is what I found out.

Under Armour Inc.

Likely purchased the domain name ConnectedFitness.com via Snapnames with the help from MarkMonitor. UA recently launched The Connected Fitness Innovation Challenge, which asks innovators to submit concepts for the next generation of game-changing digital experiences, through apps and wearable technology, while utilizing … Read the rest

I was reading an interesting article that I ran into on Digg this evening and the story included two domain name stories in it.

If your not sure who Matt Rutledge is, don’t worry, I didn’t either until I read the story! He started the site Woot.com . Well, I didn’t know Amazon purchased Woot but they did, Matt worked for Amazon for a couple years and ditched. Here is the full dMagazine.com article, it’s worth the read after … Read the rest

I think it’s very important to easily show your domain name is for sale, but this also depends on your domain name! If you own a great generic domain name, it might not be a good idea to put up a for sale sign. In this case, I think the “you want it, but you can’t have it feeling” can easily drive up an offer price! Plus, having a great generic domain name, often leads to A LOT of low … Read the rest

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