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Welcome! This is Domain Movers where we keep track of corporate domain name transactions and report the early findings to you. These transactions are often early indicators of domain name upgrades, new brands, products, services, advertising efforts and more.

As always, I couldn’t do the hours of daily research without the helpful tools from DomainTools.com and DomainIQ.com!

Here is a very small sampling of the latest corporate focused domain movements detected:

Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. acquired BossFiles.com from its past … Read the rest

Welcome! This is Domain Movers where we keep track of corporate domain name transactions and report the early findings to you. This is a very small sample of daily domain activity by businesses around the world.

The following are domain movements related to new brands, domain upgrades, advertising efforts and more.

Job.com, which is owned by Job.com, Inc. of Fredericksburg Virginia and founded in 2001 according to Crunchbase, has had some movements in whois. The registrant has changed … Read the rest

Welcome to a Saturday addition of Domain Movers. We focus on corporate related domain name transactions and report these domain movements to help give an understanding of the large amount of domain activity that is done by companies around the world that would often go unreported otherwise. The following is a very small sample of these daily transactions.

These domain names are often for new brands, marketing, upgrades and much more.

Fashionable.com has potentially sold. The domain name showed Domain … Read the rest

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