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Report: Enemy Eyewear Acquired Enemy.com for Just $43,000

As an end-user, how much would you expect to pay for a premium one-word .COM domain name? In Enemy’s case, it took just $43,000 to acquire Enemy.com.The price of this name was disclosed by Aaron Marino, the founder of the Enemy sunglasses who may be familiar to some readers as YouTube personality Alpha M. Alpha M has amassed over six million subscribers for his channel which is mainly focused on men's fashion, health, and lifestyle.

After Rebranding from Perch.com to Orchard.com, Is Perch.com Being Ditched? This Would Suggest It...

Back in May, I shared the news that Orchard had acquired the exact-match Orchard.com domain earlier in the year, upgrading from OrchardHomes.com. On the surface, that looks like a straight forward domain upgrade that we've seen many times before.However, as we scratch away the surface, there's a more complex story that unfolds. Orchard originally started life as Perch, operating on the PerchHomes.co domain name until June 2018 when the company looks to have started using Perch.com. The company thrived, raising $250 million in funding between 2018 and the end of 2019.

Dave Evanson Sells Memento.com for $148,000

Sedo's Dave Evanson has a history of recording six and seven-figure sales. In 2020 along, he has sold names such as Profitable.com for $200,000, and ElectricCar.com for $180,000. Today, Dave has announced another one-word domain that he's sold for a six-figure fee.The domain is Memento.com, and it was sold for $148,000 according to a tweet from Dave:

Who Said It: Jason Calacanis on Calm.com

In my series "Who Said It", I'm going to look at the origin of famous domain-related quotes. Today, we start with one of the most famous angel investors in the world, who also happens to know a good domain when he sees one.Jason Calacanis made his name as the founder of Weblogs Inc, and later Mahalo.com. He also owns domain names such as Inside.com and ADay.com. Despite being known as an angel investor, Jason has also made seven-figures from selling domains, since Jason sold the domain 20.com for $1.75 million, eleven years after purchasing the name for $75,000.

Here’s How to Know Whether Your GoDaddy Domains Are Popular

Have you ever wondered just how popular your domain names are? At our disposal, we typically have data from traffic and possibly the number of inquiries received to determine the popularity of your domain. Knowing how popular your domain is may help you to ascertain its value.Did you know that there is another way to gauge the popularity and potential interest in your domain name(s)? This tip will work with any domain names registered to GoDaddy. Other registrars may have similar data available, but I simply know about GoDaddy's offering. That offering is WHOIS count.

This Month 10 Years Ago: XYZ.com for $50,000 and Overstock Bough O.CO for $350,000

Every month, I'm publishing a brief look back at some of the most notable sales of the equivalent month from ten years ago, as...