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Back in August I had discovered that Twitter Inc. had purchased the domain name Dronie.com via an expired drop domain name auction via NameJet and paid $2,551 for the domain. Also stated in my article, Twitter filed a trademark for the Dronie term 4 days after the Twitter Dronie took place at Cannes Lions.
Well, Twitter is very likely ready to launch the Dronie project and reveal what they will do with it. It may have something to do with … Read the rest
Welcome back my friends to another round of company domain movers in a series I call DotWeekly Discoveries. A series which digs and digs to find domain name recently registered, purchased or simply moving for one reason or another by many large companies. These are often early discoveries which lead to future brands, products, services, companies and more.
Johnson & Johnson / Reckitt Benckiser
JNJ has transferred the two letter domain name KY.com to Reckitt Benckiser after the sale of … Read the rest
It appears companies are finally heading for the hills and transferring out domain names at mad status out of Moniker.com after the recent security breach. Telepathy is a large portfolio owner and has a focus on 3 letter .com domain names owning many, and they appear to have started on or about September 29, 2014 to transfer out many, if not all domains at Moniker which contained almost all of 3 letter domains (most of the .com’s).
I have checked … Read the rest
The following are domain names that have been purchased, registered or simply moving by large companies. The company domain movers series is listed under the category DotWeekly Discoveries here on DotWeekly if you wish to see more lists like this. Not a huge list today but several interesting domains like always.
Appears that it may have sold. The domain was owned by IBM and they had used the domain for some sort of servers they offer but the domain … Read the rest
I run into a lot of interesting domain data and I think I will start sharing some of the stuff I run into, so today I will start off with a pretty interesting one. Invalid Whois Data.
There are pretty substantial risks involved with having invalid whois data for your domain name, so much so that your domain can be deleted (released from the registry). Often times, domain names with invalid whois data can lead to a domain being … Read the rest
I often shake my head when large companies launch a new product and here is an example why! PepsiCo announced on October 1, 2014 that they are launching a new soda called Pepsi True and it’s exclusive to Amazon.com .
What I Don’t Get
They announce it, but it’s not “available”? A lot of people are reading about it because of the press releases but nobody can make an action and buy it when it’s fresh on the mind. After … Read the rest
Welcome to company domain movers in a series I call DotWeekly Discoveries powered by DomainIQ.com. A detailed look at domain names large companies are registering, purchasing and simply moving for one reason or another. As always, these are often early discoveries into what companies may be doing in the near future with product launches, marketing terms and much more.
I try to add information with each domain but I do not always discover much or lack the time to dig … Read the rest