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People often do some shady things in the domain industry or simply related to the industry, so I find it funny when they try it with me!
Today, I got an email from “Rhonda Starr” using the email address firstname.lastname@example.org which included:
Any interest in the mybudgethome(com) domain name?
No shit I’m going to reply! This is going to be fun!!!!!! So I replied with:
Wow, that is really a great domain name! I’d love to buy it but I’m currently attending college and am not sure if I could afford this amazing domain name.
Here is another round of large company domain purchases from the series DotWeekly Discoveries. The following domain names were either recently registered or purchased in the domain name aftermarket or directly from the past owner of the domain name. Big list today with several interesting situations.
Has purchased the domain name Navigator1.com from Sedo. I thought I had seen a price on this one, but I couldn’t find it now.
Fiserv, Inc. (NASDAQ: FISV) is a leading global provider of information management and electronic commerce systems for the financial services industry, providing integrated technology and
services that create value and results for our clients.… Read the rest
Here we go with the latest movers from large companies and the domain names they recently purchased or registered and some info along with each if I was able to find something. These article are fun to make and share, so I hope you keep enjoying them as much as I like sharing!
This shouldn’t come as any surprise from any “tech” type company, but Nokia registered the domain names NokiaWear.com .net/.org . Clearly wearables is becoming “the” products to be pushing
to market right now and many companies are racing to do so.… Read the rest
Here is my latest digging into recently registered domain names and purchased domain name and simply domains on the move by some large companies. If you wish to see more articles like this that I have wrote, simply visit the category Domain Discoveries.
Suncor Energy Inc.
Registered several domain names with similar relations like: SeeWhatYesIsDoing.com, WhatYesIsReallyDoing.com, WhatYesIsDoing.com . Each of those, they registered the .net, .org, .biz etc.
WhatYesCanDo.net .org etc. but they may have purchased WhatYesCanDo.com which was registered on 5/02/2013 under whois privacy.… Read the rest
MostWantedDomains.com is at it again with another strong five figure domain name sale and this time it is TeethInAnHour.com as reported on the MWD Facebook page. The buyers are Smile Expressions according to whois records.
It has been a strong week for Michael with several 5 figure domain sales that included:
FullStory.com $20,000 (sold in June actually to the start-up FullStory)
MakeItYourOwn.com $10,000 (everclear was the buyer)
SharpMind.com $25,000 (sold in early July 2014)
Smile Expressions, the buyer, also owns the domain name TeethInADay.com (minus the N, aka AN) which it uses for its website.… Read the rest
Here are some of the latest company domain discoveries from DotWeekly that include recently registered and purchased domain names by some large companies.
Target Brands, Inc.
Target registered a bunch of “tiny” related domain names, like TinyTarget.com .net /.org and then reveresed it as TargetTiny.com .net/.org and several other typo’s and misspells of the
term. They also put a focus on “Mini” with MiniTarget.net .org, MinnieTarget.com, MinyTarget.com and MinnieTarget.com . MiniTarget.com was registered on 7/22/2009 with general Csc
Corporate Domains info in whois and appears to be by Target but whois didn’t reveal it was them until 11/24/2013.… Read the rest
Here is another round of company domain movers, or as I like to call them DotWeekly Domain Discoveries! Domain names recently registered or purchased by large companies. Today’s list is BIG, so lets get started right away.
ArrivalAlerts.com a domain that I covered on June 25, 2014 when TJX hand registered the domain, has been launched as a website. I liked the hand registration but I stated it depended upon
“what” they used it for (I was thinking an app or alert service to new products), well I think they failed big time!… Read the rest