Here are some interesting domain name registrations undertaken by large companies in recent days.
Companies made a bunch of hand registrations and domain acquisitions the past couple days. Although none of them rise to the level of writing a dedicated article about them, I think it’s worth combining them into a single article…
I don’t know what to make of the registration of MakeAmericaGreatAgainApp.com. It currently uses Mark Monitor’s whois privacy service, but Donald Trump‘s campaign domains are over at GoDaddy.
Amazon.com continues to register dozens of domain names related to its recently-announced AWS tools Lumberyard, GameLift and GameDev, such as amazonlumberyard.cn, amazon-gamelift.com and awsgamedev.jp.
CBS Studios registered a bunch of domains: bayouandbbq.com, delineatedirection.com, drakemotelva.com, picketfencewatch.com, rowfinder.com, and tracebearing.com. I don’t watch much TV, so someone more in tune with CBS might be able to shed some light on these.
What do you make of Warner Bros‘ registration of bendenoncesen.combendenoncesenFilm.com and sendenonceben.com? It also registered domains for its Fly A Little Higher movie, such as theflyalittlehighermovie.net.
Wonga, a UK payday loans company, registered a slew of defensive domain names along the lines of installmentswonga.com
Conair must be getting ready to release a new product. They registered Optima3000.com, Prima3000.net
Security company Kaspersky registered PureCharger.com. I’m surprised this domain was available for registration.