It would be difficult to pick the top domain name in the Digimedia portfolio. The company holds one of the most valuable privately-held domain name portfolios with hundreds of exceptional domain names. If I were asked to make a list of the top 10 domain names I have seen in the company’s portfolio, Make.com would likely be on the list. It appears that Make.com was sold by the company.
Digimedia infrequently sells its assets, so it is notable when I see one of the company’s domain names change hands. Over the weekend, I detected a Whois change via one of my DomainTools monitor alerts. Make.com transferred to United Domains with Whois privacy enabled. It had previously been registered to Digimedia at Tucows.
Make.com does not yet resolve to a functional website. At the time of publication, there is a United Domains default landing page showing on Make.com. Coupled with the Whois privacy, it is unclear who acquired Make.com or how the domain name will be used by the buyer.
I reached out to Digimedia to ask about Make.com, but the company does not comment about its domain name movements.
Assuming Make.com sold, it will be very interesting to see who acquired Make.com and how the domain name will be used. Make.com is a high value domain name asset, and it has the potential to become a high profile brand.