The Internet Archive is looking to buy a domain that was once the domain of a former AOL user.
The sale is expected to close in the next few weeks.
The news comes less than a week after AOL announced it would buy AOL Time Warner for $45 billion.
AOL’s acquisition of AOL Time will increase the company’s revenue to $4.3 billion a year from $1.9 billion a decade ago.
The deal will be the largest single transaction in history for AOL.
The new AOL TimeWarner.com domain will be accessible only through the AOL Time.com service.
The company said it is looking for a domain name that can help people connect with other AOL Time users and is currently looking at a number of domain names.
The sale of the domain will help the company expand its user base.
The Internet Archive’s search engine is already using AOL Time for many of its services, including the Internet Archive News, which has a news section.