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Welcome! This is Domain Movers, a series on DotWeekly where I research domain names on the move, with a focus on the corporate level. These are often early detection’s, so not a lot of information is known at the time. I try to provide as much information as I can dig up though.

Here is a very small sampling of recent detections:

QRTE.com has been acquired by QVC, Inc. from its past owners. The domain was for sale at the … Read the rest

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Today is a new video from DotWeekly that I talk about why exact match .com domain names are vital for your brand, products and services!

I’m still new to this video thing, so I will try my best to continue to improve and learn. It has been a … Read the rest

Ultra premium domain names are super rare and many of them sell for millions of dollars! Tube.com is one of those domain names and it held an offering price of $5 Million.

It just sold!

So who were the buyers? Right now, that is an unknown. The domain name has transferred to brand protection service MarkMonitor using it’s generic DnStination Inc. data:

Tube.com Whois

If I had to guess who purchased Tube.com, it would be likely only two companies. Amazon.com or Google.com.… Read the rest

Facebook, Inc. has been buying up generic domain names lately that relate to its many offerings and this time it was Workplace.com!

The domain name was owned by Workplace Technologies, LLC prior and has been registered since June 1997.

Facebook has recently acquired: Groups.com, acquired: GameRoom.com, acquired: NewsFeed.com, acquired: React.com and many more! Many more? Yes! Messenger.com, i.org, Oculus.com, Internet.org, F8.com and a total of over 3,000+ domains. 10’s of millions of dollars just on domain names.… Read the rest