Welcome to another round of Domain Movers, where DotWeekly keeps track of corporate domain name transactions and reports the findings to you. This give you a great idea of what companies are buying and likely for what. A new upcoming brand? A new advertising message? New marketing campaign? New product? The domains are almost always tied to one of the mentioned!

Here we go with the latest movers, which are often early detection’s and often the first time they are … Read the rest

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Today, we take a look at parent company Mondelez who is marketing a new offering for its Oreo brand for the holiday season, gifting Oreo’s.

Mondelez is making a hard push to better the companies ecommerce efforts and … Read the rest

Welcome to another round of Domain Movers where DotWeekly focuses on corporate domain name transactions and reports them to you. This puts a pulse on the corporate domain name activity and hopefully sheds some light on end user activity. The detection’s are often fresh and likely would not be reported on otherwise, due to the amount of research work it takes daily to keep track.

Here are the latest movers over the past 24 hours:

T-Mobile USA, Inc. registered TMobileDigits.comRead the rest

Flextronics International USA, Inc. has acquired the premium generic domain name Flex.com

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The past owners posted a notice to current customers of the upcoming change on the Flex.com domain name:

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Flextronics announced in July 2015 that they were rebranding to simply “Flex” and now have purchased the ultra premium EMD of the new name (smart move) in a likely six figure purchase, but holds the potential to have cost 7 figures!

Flex.com’s past owner did note: “P.S. Being in Hawaii, … Read the rest

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