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I started DotWeekly in 2008 because I love domain names! I also like helping people and doing the right thing. I don’t just help others “online”, it’s something I do daily in my life. Why? Because it’s the right thing to do.

Over the years, I have helped countless companies, individuals and every day people just like you and me. Why? It’s what I do! It’s me! It’s the right thing to do.

Earlier this year for an example, I … Read the rest

Continuing with my new video series, today I present a Domain Movers in video format!

I’m not set on the style of video on this (web cam / screen cast) so the format may change in the future. To note, the audio was 100% clear prior to uploading to … Read the rest

Domain Movers keeps track of company focused domain name transactions. These are often very early finds and not much information is available in regards to the domain names and the companies acquiring them. They often reflect new brand names, services, branding efforts and more.

Here is a tiny sample of the past movements detected over the past 24 hours:

Amazon Technologies, Inc. has acquired PointAfter.com at domain name aftermarket service Afternic.com for an undisclosed amount from its past owners. Amazon … Read the rest

I have been slacking on posting Domain Movers lately but my son has been sick for a week and now I’m sick. This cuts down on my research time and results in less activity. Sorry about that.

Here is a very small sample of some recent company focused domain name transactions detected:

Google LLC has appeared in whois records for Gradient.com. The domain name was acquired in an expired GoDaddy.com auction for $125,001 as reported by DomainInvesting.com. Anna … Read the rest