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Welcome to Domain Movers, where DotWeekly highlights corporate domain name transactions and reports them to you. Today, I also take a look at two recently launched advertising campaigns and note the domain usage of both. Plus, the normal really useful info that is always included in Domain Movers from DW!

Here we go:

Sumo.com was the big news yesterday with SumoMe announcing the purchase of the domain for $1.5 million with the founder explaining the reason and 7 year struggle … Read the rest

Welcome to the latest Domain Movers. These articles put a pulse on the the corporate domain transactions that often would go unreported otherwise, so DotWeekly brings them to light for you.

Here is a very small sampling of domains on the move over the past 24 hours:

CubeSensors has folded its company into a wireless access company called Klevio according to a TechCrunch article. Klevio.com was hand registered on January 22, 2016 by a Demetrios Zoppos of London and moved … Read the rest

Welcome! This is Domain Movers, where DotWeekly researches for domain names on the move that are related to corporate domain name transactions and reports the early findings to you. This is a very, very, very small sampling of domain names changing ownership or being registered by companies around the world.

Here are the latest domain movers:

Hinkley.com has moved into privacy protection and has transferred to GoDaddy from Tucows. The domain was owned by Tucows prior and likely has sold.… Read the rest

Squarespace ran a 2017 Superbowl ad that rings a bell for domain owners with JohnMalkovich.com as the domain name story line but the funny thing is, JohnMalkovich.com isn’t even registered “with” Squarespace’s “official” domain registrar.

Technically speaking, Squarespace isn’t even a domain name registrar, like GoDaddy.com is for an example. Squarespace states it’s “official” registrar is Tucows:

Registering a domain through Squarespace gives your website a professional look and avoids the need to register a domain with a third-party provider.

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