Here are some new domain name movers that I detected over the past couple days, mainly by larger corporations but also some bigger names in general.

LEGO Juris has registered the domain name BatmanLaLegoPelicula.com, Batman-LaLegoPelicula.com, BatmanLaLegoPelicula-es.com and LegoBatmanMovie-Thai.com

Dr. Pepper-Seven Up, Inc. has registered the domain name MixItUpALittle.com

MLM.uk.com, an engineering and environmental consultancy has acquired the domain name MLMGroup.com via domain name aftermarket service Sedo for $7,500.

Velox Media has acquired the domain name PetShop.com from … Read the rest

Coming off of a weekend, domain movers are always “light” so this addition will reflect that but here are a few that I detected over the weekend that grabbed my eye:

Johnson & Johnson has acquired the domain name Clinicade.com from its past owner, Roger Grant for an undisclosed amount. The domain has been registered since 2010. J&J filed for a trademark for Clinicade on October 27, 2015 with statements relating to:

  • Diagnostic preparations and reagents for medical purposes
  • Medical
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DropAlert.com is a unique, real time auction tool that I came up with and worked with Jason Cupp to bring it to a reality. What makes the service unique is it works as an “all in one” radar type system for expired domain name auctions on GoDaddy.

I always thought due to the volume of auctions ending at GoDaddy, it was really hard to keep up with the activity and felt I was often missing many auctions due to focusing … Read the rest

My neck is sore from shaking my head so much. Why? Branding a new company, product or service using the same name as an iconic brand name that has been around since 1946 baffles my mind.

Tide Logo

Procter & Gamble created the Tide laundry detergent brand and its traction in the world and on the web is HUGE. Basically the entire first page on Google is related to the laundry product, with some results relating to the rise and lowering of … Read the rest

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