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Here are the latest Domain Movers with a corporate focus. Not a huge list today but these are the ones that grabbed my attention in the past 48 hours:

Steroid.org has been sold for $4,500 by Before The Dot to UK company Juicy Llama. They used the contact form on Bruce’s website and closed the deal via Escrow.com. Bruce acquired it on the drop in August 2016 for $431 via DropCatch. To note, BuySteroids.org sold for $10K on Sedo in … Read the rest

Welcome to the latest Domain Movers where we keep track of corporate domain name transactions. These are often early indicators of future brands, products, services, ad campaigns and domain name upgrades by companies around the world.

Here are the latest detection’s over the past 48 hours:

Fortum Corporation has acquired JoinTheChange.com from HugeDomains. The domain had an offering price of $3,595.

WanderingWifi LLC has acquired AwareSoftware.com out of the GoDaddy NameFind portfolio. The domain is still in escrow currently at … Read the rest

Welcome to Domain Movers, where DotWeekly keeps track of corporate domain name transactions and puts a pulse on this part of the marketing. With the holidays, activity surely drops off and this has been no different the past week. There are still transactions taking place, just fewer.

Here are the domains DotWeekly tracked over the past several days:

Herbalife International of America, Inc. allowed the domain name iChange.com to reach expired status at Network Solutions. The company had a full … Read the rest

Welcome to Domain Movers! DotWeekly keeps track of corporate domain name transactions and reports them in the series called Domain Movers as it helps business minded people to get an idea of what others are doing. These article contain a wealth of information, insight and much more by looking at the data. The following domain names will often reflect new brands, relate to new advertising campaigns, marketing efforts and more.

Here are some of the latest domain movers we detected:… Read the rest