MarkMonitor Securing Some Unusual Names Today for Clients

Sep 23 2011

MarkMonitor’s job is pretty simple.  Secure domains for their clients and keep them under wraps until the client is ready. With the public release of Daily Changes it’s been a little harder to hide.  One of the strategies of MarkMonitor is to secure many different domains for a client and then let the client choose.  It’s not very costly if they are hand registrations but it can add up if a customer has too many choices.  If you’ve ever dealt with MarkMonitor you know that they are pretty stealth in their dealings.  You think you are selling to a regular old guy.  Later you find out that a big company just picked up your domain for $1000.  Today I noticed they registered and acquired a bunch of unusual 5 to 7 letter dot coms.  None are similar in anything but “style” . A few are also typos of eachother.   I’m curious to see what they become.  Take a look at today’s MarkMonito’s acquisitions.

Aborus.com

Abreesee.com

Abrizon.com

Aipando.com

Airpando.com

Altrezo.com

Amnibra.com

Araysa.com

Aratsta.com

Azybro.com

BionBri.com

Bisena.com

IBrizon.com

Orobrus.com

Orpeto.com

Osentio.com

Reebri.com

riveero.com

scibree.com

seebari.com

seebry.com

sibaree.com

sybree.com

sybry.com

ultibro.com

uzopya.com

valebro.com

veebri.com

vonbrio.com

zerenso.com

zespir.com

zeyovi.com

Zibree.com

Zibry.com

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