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Welcome to the latest Domain Movers series on DotWeekly where we keep track of corporate domain name transactions and report them to you. This puts a pulse on corporate domain name activity and highlights new brands, new advertising efforts and more by some of the largest companies in the world.

Not many “huge” domains in today’s list but still active:

AARP has acquired the domain name RealPad.org which had an offering price of $1,399 US.

Applied Motion Products appears to … Read the rest

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

A lot of people love the Domain Movers series and I am thankful for that. I also keep trying new things and want to continue to provide unique content that is helpful to the domain industry with a focus on corporate domain name transactions. So today, I tried something a little new at the end of today’s report.

StarterCard.com has been acquired by a currently unknown MarkMonitor client from GenericDomainMarket.com. The domain name had an offering price of $1,999.

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Welcome to Domain Movers! DotWeekly keeps track of corporate domain name transactions and shares them with you. The majority of these would go unreported if we didn’t do the work. Today is a double dose as I ran out of time to share my findings for Tuesday.

Here is a sampling of the recent domain names acquired, registered and sold by many companies:

Several “soda” domain names were registered by a currently unknown CSC Corporate Domains client and not in … Read the rest