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Facebook Acquires Single Letter Domain Name

April 9th, 2015 Comments off
Facebook Inc. has acquired the single letter domain name for an undisclosed amount. It is unknown at this time if this domain name will be used with the domain also owned by Facebook., And More Domain Name Movers

April 6th, 2015 Comments off
In this series of Domain Name Movers I discover several new domain name registrations by large companies, acquisitions of some already owned domains and some domains that are just moving around. Stop in and check out the list!,, and More Domain Movers

April 2nd, 2015 Comments off
Here is the latest Domain Movers series from that focuses research to find newly acquired, registered and moving domain names by some of the largest companies on the web.

Google Inc. Acquires Domain Name

March 31st, 2015 Comments off
Google Inc. has acquired the 2 letter domain name from Cyber Trading Co. . It is currently not known if the domain name which is the acronym for YouTube will be used for the popular service owned by Google., and More Domain Movers

March 31st, 2015 Comments off
In today's list of company domain name movers we find several corporate domain acquisitions and registrations. is acquired by Tasty Brands, by WiMP Music AS, & More Domain Movers

March 28th, 2015 Comments off
Corporate domain movers has once again detected several new domain acquisitions by large companies! Is Microsoft Zoom the new browser name? Domain Acquired by Domo Inc. From

March 28th, 2015 Comments off
The ultra premium domain name has been acquired by Domo Inc. from LLC. has also transferred ownership to Domo Inc.

RV company buys for Undisclosed Sum

April 30th, 2013 Comments off

As announced in a press release today, Good Sam, a provider of products for the RV and outdoor recreation consumer  purchased for an undisclosed sum. The domain name was owned by Dometic Group, another supplier for the RV and Marine Industries.

The company is planning to develop the domain name into a new site by August 2013 and is hoping to benefit from 20,000 links the site currently has according to the press release. The site will cater to the “Good Sam Club” member base and offer information, access to new and used RVs, how-to videos as well as social components.

“The term “RV” defines not just a type of vehicle, it defines a lifestyle,” said Good Sam Chairman and CEO, Marcus Lemonis. “We strive to be the one-stop shop for everything in the RV lifestyle and integrating into our suite of Web-based services for RVers further solidifies our position as the leader in this industry.”

The whois of the domain has yet to be updated to the new owner.

[Hat tip to Mike of Domain Guardians]

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Freshbooks becomes Cloud Accounting, forgets to buy domain?

August 21st, 2012 Comments off

Freshbooks just sent out an announcement from their CEO Mike McDerment to their clients – which include my own company (DomainCocoon). The company will become “Cloud Accounting” – there’s just one little snag. The domain is already owned by an accountant in London. Of course he noticed the name change as well.

So here’s the news: from this day forward, FreshBooks is Cloud Accounting. We’ve taken notice of what you are saying and we’re changing the way we talk about ourselves so it is more consistent with how you talk about FreshBooks. We’ve also taken notice of how your needs have changed. And while we have a culture of “show, not tell” at FreshBooks, I will share that our transition to “cloud” will deliver against some of your emerging needs and reinforce the “accounting” component of our evolution.

Read the full announcement here on the Freshbooks blog.

Do you think Freshbooks should have attempted to buy the domain name first? At the moment it appears to be just a tagline (it was “online invoicing” before), but even then, should they not try to do the domain name? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.


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Related posts:, Inc. acquisition by Remark Media completed

July 12th, 2012 Comments off Screenshot

Remark Media (Nasdaq:MARK) has completed the acquisition of, Inc. (OTCQB:BNNX) as reported in a press release. The company sold in 2011 for $400,000.

With this acquisition, Remark Media will expand its online personal finance ecosystem that will serve as the go-to destination for users seeking actionable financial advice. The hub of this ecosystem is–currently in beta–which offers original content and an interactive platform for consumers to share experiences and interact with the world’s leading financial experts.


Currently,, Inc.’s web properties provide users with finance-related content and services. The advertising-supported website, offers access to financial news, interest-rate tables and financial calculators., Inc.’s other properties offer access to related financial services, including: online tax information and preparation assistance through; online tax extensions through; and online brokerage services through

Remark Media will redesign and integrate, and the other newly acquired sites with, providing a comprehensive suite of financial content, conversation and services for users. Plans include: shifting the websites onto Remark Media’s digital media platform; dramatically enhancing the content offerings and user experience; and adding new social features and interactive elements. The redesigned sites, scheduled to launch in the fall, will offer new features including content recommendations and social tools, and newsletters that are personalized to individuals’ particular needs. Additionally, they will incorporate responsive design that allows content to be optimized on all devices.

[via Press Release]

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