Here is a look at some of Mike Mann’s domain acquisitions and sales from February 2017. February was as busy as January. There were 14 reported domain sales by Mike Mann in February worth a total of about $175k.
Highest reported sale was RiseUp.org that sold for $75k.
Mike Mann also revealed that he used to own the domain name LaLaLand.com (the movie that didn’t win this year’s Best Picture Oscar!) but sold it:
“Speaking of speculating in movie titles, I used to own LaLaLand.com, but sold. That would have been the case study of buying something for $10 and selling it for $94888 but I accidentally screwed up and sold for cheap long ago”
(He probably sold it years ago while he owned BuyDomains.com)
Mike Mann is the owner of DomainMarket.com that offers more than 260,000 premium domain names for sale.
Check out Mike Mann’s most trafficked domain names including Bali.com, Tasty.com and office.co.
Domain name sales:
GoCarbon.com $7000 Purch 6/9/12 $8
Fenome.com $10,000. Purchased 6/12/11 $80
RareRock.com $3000, purch 5/20/09 $7
webveloper.com $4800. Purch 9/18/13 $8
ICram.com $7910. Purch 7/21/11 $80
Shays.com $28,750. Purchased 8/26/11 $80
StrongRoots.com $13600. Purch 10/30/12 $200
TheMandrake.com $6000, purch 4/30/10 $7
InfiniteCare.com $6800 Purch 4/2/12 $69
DestinationsInternational.com $9888. Purchased 10/9/11 $69.
RiseUp.org $75,000 Purchased 2/21/05 $350
Domain name purchases:
No purchases reported this month…
(One thing to remember is that Mike Mann needs to sell about $2.5 million worth of domains per year to break even and that he is NOT a flipper. The average holding time for his sold domains is usually more than 5 years.)
Mike Mann talked more about his new domain brokerage that will allow people to sell their domains on DomainMarket.com.
Here are all the Mike Mann’s sold domain name reports published on OnlineDomain.com in 2016 and 2017:
Thanks for your ongoing sharing of Franks sales, but maybe you should consider changing some of the text, because each time you write “Mike Mann is the owner of DomainMarket.com that offers more than 260,000 premium domain names for sale” and while the number probably is true, then you can probably questioning if they are all “premium” 🙂
You mean Mike’s sales.
Most people use the word “premium” to describe their domain names.
Yes, sorry Mikes sales of course – Yes, their own domains, but rarely others 🙂 I agree that he has many premium names but also a lot of bad and dubious ones incl TMs names
Those are great sales for the most part, he is getting X factor more than many domainers would get.
I know he can afford not to break even given his other investments, maybe this is more fun for him, but if riseup sale did not hit, he would have had a bad month from an expense pov.
Movies seems to never care about domain names anyway. I always just see them add the word movie before the .com . Has and new movie ever paid a lot for a domain?
I agree. Unless you have the domain name of a big franchise then you will make very little to no money.