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Welcome to Domain Movers where DotWeekly keeps track of corporate domain name transactions. These domain movements are often early indicators of new brands, marketing efforts, domain upgrades and much more.

Here are the latest:

Amazon Technologies, Inc. registered AmazonPopUp.com on May 23, 2017 and appears to be getting ready to do something with the domain. One odd thing to me, they have the super popular Amazon AWS that many use to host websites, yet Amazon often uses DYN and NeuStar, … Read the rest

Here are a few recent domain movers, with a focus on the corporate world (yet I stick in a few valuable domains that may have moved outside the corporate world).

A little bit of a slow week or I’m feeling the effects of losing some of my research resources. Not sure which one but I still couldn’t do what I do without DomainTools.com and DomainIQ.com! To note, DomainTools owned DailyChanges.com which is a tool I use is moving to subscription … Read the rest

Welcome to Domain Movers. We keep track of what companies are doing domain name wise and report it to you. This is interesting stuff here folks and if you don’t find it interesting, you should! Domain names are vitally important to businesses and growing at rapid pace.

Here is a small sample of some recent domain name transactions relating to companies:

Paypal Inc. registered 4 new domain names, which included: LocalSelects.com, Paypal-LocalSelects.com, PaypalLocalSelects.com and PaypalocalSelects.com

General Motors LLC registered AutonomousGm.comRead the rest

Welcome to Domain Movers. DotWeekly keeps track of corporate domain name transactions and reports the early findings to you. The follow is a mere sample of daily activity that takes place. I try to find a medium of what to share and what I do not include but be sure to know that there are A LOT more movements, registrations etc every day by companies.

Here are the latest:

The Huffington Post has done a rebrand and shortened up its … Read the rest