Domain Market

Mike Mann sells 11 domains in February for $219,526

Mike Mann reported selling 11 domain names in February for a total of $219,526. Prices started at $5,000 and went up to $50,000.

All 11 of the sold domains were .com. The average reported domain sales price was $19,957.

Here are the first 10 domain name appraisals from Mike Mann and

Here is a look at some of Mike Mann’s domain sales and acquisitions from February 2018.

Domain name sales: $25,000 – Purch 8/14/7 $7,500 $9,888 – Purch 11/15/10 $8 $30,000 – Purch 8/29/11 $7 $19,000 – Purch 1/3/12 $7 $50,000 – Purch 11.1.07 $2,700 $30,000 – Purch 4/16/12 $200 $9,888 – Purch 12/14/11 $7 $5,000 – Purch 5/26/17 $20 $7,250 – Purch 3/14/11 $7 $18,000 – Purch 7/18/17 $20 $10,000 – Purch 8/6/11 $7 $5,500

Domain name purchases:

Mike Mann is the owner of that offers more than 300,000 premium domain names for sale. Mike sells more domains as he is only reporting what he wants to report. Yes, his overall sales average is below $5,000 so the reported average means that there were quite a few not reported sales for less than $5,000.

Mike made the following tweet on November 13: “Sold 15 premium .Com so far today, mostly too cheap, one for $4888”.

I hope there is not someone that thinks that these are all the domains that Mike sold this month. These are just the domains that he chose to report. Also he is purchasing hundreds of domains each month yet he reports only 1 or 2 or not at all. If people were selling only what they were reporting then I wouldn’t have any sales this year!

(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.)

Here are all the Mike Mann’s sold domain name reports published on since 2016:

January 2018
December 2017
November 2017
October 2017
September 2017
August 2017
July 2017

June 2017

May 2017
April 2017
March 2017
February 2017
January 2017
December 2016
November 2016
October 2016
September 2016
August 2016
July 2016
May 2016
April 2016


About Konstantinos Zournas

I studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London, UK and I am now living in Athens, Greece. I went online in 1995, started coding in 1996 and began buying domain names and creating websites in 2000. I started the blog in 2012.


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    (Licensed CBOE Commodity Hedge Strategist) (Domain Master )

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    • Hello Anon,

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      Gratefully, Jeff Schneider (Contact Group) (Metal Tiger)
      (Former Rockefeller IBEC Marketing Intelligence Analyst/Strategist)
      (Licensed CBOE Commodity Hedge Strategist) (Domain Master )

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