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Welcome to Domain Movers. We keep track of corporate domain name transactions and report the early findings to you! We couldn’t do our research and present this data to you without our friends at DomainTools.com and DomainIQ.com!

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NBCUniversal Media, LLC which I recently mentioned acquired MinionRush.com has put the domain to use already on a stand alone website that is live.

Disney registered 5 new domain names, which included: ConspiraciesProven.com, FlyingHeroHigh.com, VictoriaAlberts.com, Victoria-And-Albert.com and Victoria-And-Alberts.com

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Welcome! This is Domain Movers. We keep track of corporate domain name transactions and report the early findings to you. Today, you will see what millions of dollars of domain name sales look like, in one small sampling of daily domain movements.

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Symphony Communication Services Holdings LLC acquired Symphony.com which rebranded from Prezo, just secured another $63 Million in funding, raising the total to over $229 Million and a $1 billion dollar valuation. My client and … Read the rest

Brand Consistency is very important and one often overlooked important asset is your brands domain name!

Domain names are becoming even more important (and expensive) now as the internet continues to grow. The fact is, people simply assume you own the matching .com (in the vast majority of cases) to your brand. This not only matters for your web visitors and brand consistency but also for important email communication and securing your brand.

Consider this “what if” scenario.

Opendoor

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Welcome! This is Domain Movers. We keep track of corporate domain name transactions and report the early findings to you. This is a very small sample of activity we detected over the past 24 hours.

Apple Inc. WERE the buyers of WWDC.com, which I had mentioned sold in a February 17, 2017 Domain Movers article. Whois information has now switched from generic data to display Apple Inc. as the owners. The next Worldwide Developers Conference (simply known as WWDC) … Read the rest