Welcome! Here is the latest round of company domain movers that were registered, purchased or simply moving by large companies.

Here we go with the list:

Nokia Corporation

NokiaWear.com, a domain I had discovered and mentioned in an earlier article, appears to be getting ready to be launched as a website, as domain name servers have been set to Amazon
hosting. This may be in connection to a new product launch.

Walgreens

Walgreens has went into heavy “defensive” domain … Read the rest

I have always been a big fan of GoDaddy Auctions, because it never gets the attention of the expired auction services like NameJet and SnapNames.  This is often due to “quality” but everybody has a budget for investing or buying domains and GoDaddy Auctions seems to fit my budget better. GoDaddy Auctions has become more competitive than it was before though.

No site or service is perfect but here are some things that I would add or remove to … Read the rest

Here we go with the latest digging for company domain movers from some of the largest companies and related domain names they recently registered, purchased or are simply moving around for some reason. DotWeekly continues to break a lot of news within these articles, so if you like fresh, interesting data, welcome!

Slate.com

Slate has registered the domain names WashingtonFootballTeamFacts.com .net .org and has already launched a website on the .com . This is interesting, because I wrote this articleRead the rest

Reverse whois is one of the most powerful domain tools and one that I often use for my DotWeekly Discoveries, so I thought I would share a little bit about it and the sources that I use. Caring is sharing so here you go!

Reverse whois works by “connecting” registrant email address to domains and then grouping them to perform a “list of domains” related to that email address.

What you need? A known email address used by a specific … Read the rest

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