Mike Mann reported selling 13 domain names in May for a total of $171,652. Mike had 4 5-figure sales.
Highest reported sale was WashingtonJournal.com that sold for $75,000. The average reported domain sales price was $13,204.
Here is a look at some of Mike Mann’s domain acquisitions and sales from May 2017.
Domain name sales:
NightPulse.com $9,888. Purch 4.7.09 $70
EatSafe.org $5,000. Purch 2/21/05 $350
CutieCars.com $5,000. Purch 1.9.13 $8.
DesarrolloEmocional.com $5,600. Purchased 6/18/12 $8.
TrumpYoureFired.com $2,888. Purch 10/16/2016 $8.
Unifon.com $24,888. Purch 4.21.12 $250.
CurrencyCharts.com $12,500. Purch 4/20/12 $250.
WashingtonJournal.com for $75,000. Purchased 2/21/05 $350
Chnge.com $8,000. Purch 9/2/2009 $7.
BackOnTheBlock.com $4,000. Purch 12/23/10 $7.
GlobalFinancialExperts.com $4,888 Purchased 4/13/12 $8
GreenVines.com $11,000. Purch 6.1.2013 $255.
Domain name purchases:
-nothing reported this month-
Mike Mann is the owner of DomainMarket.com that offers more than 270,000 premium domain names for sale. Mike probably sold more domains as he is not reporting all his (lower) sales.
(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’s crowdpricing domain appraisal system seems to be stalling.
Check out Mike Mann’s most trafficked domain names including Bali.com, Tasty.com and office.co.
Here are all the Mike Mann’s sold domain name reports published on OnlineDomain.com in 2016 and 2017:
if Mike is doing so well why is he doing that charging for “Appraisal Scam” to list names on his site?
More money is always better.
I think Mike’s philosophy is: Less is more
Mike is in the center of the scam city…WashingtonDC , and he is surrounded by professional Scammers, and what a best place to learn from the best.
“BullS” is back in my hands and the thief from China transferred the domain back to me because……………..
her location is being compromised ……….
I don’t think its a scam. but remember he has thousands of domains listed for sale so your domain is going to get lost in the shuffle. if your domain is great you’ll be getting offers via whois directly in your email.