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Domain Name Watch: Is Your Brand Being Used Without Your Knowledge?

In the digital age, you need to protect your domain name against new registrations that could be used to redirect website traffic and reduce your revenues.

With businesses using multiple brands and new domain names available regularly there can often be thousands of relevant global matches to consider.

That’s why we monitor domain names as they become available or are registered across the globe. We report on relevant domain names so you can act quickly to protect your online brand and trademarks:

  • Quickly informing brands of relevant global domain name availability
  • Regular registration alerting enables fast action against conflicting domain names
  • Audit reports to identify issues
  • Registrant information assists with legal disputes
  • Reducing administration and saving time at a highly competitive cost

Monitor big data

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Tracking the several million new domains launched every year.

Expert analysis

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Ensure high relevancy when reporting newly registered domains.

Worldwide scope

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Monitoring every domain extension, from .com to .ca to .church.

FEATURES

  • Global internet coverage, monitoring all new extensions
  • Implementation of exact string and wild-card monitoring to source relevant domain names
  • Expert advice and support to customise searches
  • Identification of phishing sites
  • Recording relevant domain names
  • Regular reports accessible via email or online
  • Online filtering by domain name, registrant or country
  • 24 months’ data archiving

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