Domain names are vital to businesses, brands, marketing and so much more! One thing that so many companies fail to understand is the extreme power generic domain names hold.

Let me try to lay this out as clear as the blue sky, yet go into detail why!

Brand Name VS Generic

A companies brand name is a term that is taught (via marketing) and not always commonly known to individuals. A generic term is something that is already commonly known … Read the rest

Not a huge list of Domain Movers today, but some important ones for several companies!

xDevelopment.com has been acquired by a currently unknown MarkMonitor client from BuyDomains. The domain name held a $2,488 buy now price.

Telepathy, Inc. has sold the domain name TTS.com for an undisclosed amount to TTS, Lda. The domain name has been registered since 1991 and the sale may have taken place back in late 2013 when domain name servers changed and may have been “payments” … Read the rest

I don’t know…. branding is vital, so why the f#ck give your company a name of an already existing company? Don’t!!!

Ex-Barclays CEO, Antony Jenkins is launching a new core digital banking platform and decides it’s a good idea to call it 10x Future Technologies.

Terrible name, but whatever. People will reference it simply as 10x, as do they. How does one pronounce and or type 10x? Ten Times? 10 Times? Ten X? 10x’s? not by the “full name” 10x … Read the rest

Welcome to Domain Movers, an exclusive series where DotWeekly focuses on corporate domain name transactions that often would go unreported other wise and shares the data with you. These are often very early discoveries:

Banyan Tree Hotels & Resorts has registered the domain name MamaIsBoss.com for a likely advertising message to be used in a near future campaign.

GoDaddy has unloaded another 40+ 3 character domain names into the Chinese domain market, selling the large lot of domain names like … Read the rest

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