Mike Mann sells 8 domains in November for $122,788 (LungCancerCenter[.]com, AfricaPartners[.]com, etc.)

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Mike Mann reported selling 8 domain names in November for a total of $122,788. Prices started at $6,500 and went up to $30,000.

Mike Mann sold 7 .com domains and 1 .org. The average reported domain sales price was $15,349.

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

Domain name sales:

LaCasaDeLasFlores.com $12,500. Purchased $7.
Responsible.org $29,888. Purch 2/21/05 $350.
BettyBingo.com $15,000. Purch 12/7/17 $20.
Futureponics.com $6,500. Purchased 7/25/2018 $20.
EZPage.com $6,900. Purch 3/12/18 $190.
LungCancerCenter.com $30,000. Purch 9/25/12 $35.
AfricaPartners.com $14,000. Purch 10/30/12 $200.
aminoco.com $8,000. Purchased 09/21/2018 $20.

Domain name purchases:

Mike Mann is the owner of DomainMarket.com 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.

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 OnlineDomain.com since 2016:

October 2018
September 2018
August 2018
July 2018
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April 2018
March 2018
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January 2018
December 2017
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About Konstantinos Zournas

Konstantinos studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London and lives in Athens, Greece. He loves domains and building websites. He is online since 1995, learned about html in 1996 and got into domains in 2002. He started the OnlineDomain.com blog in 2012.

5 comments

  1. LaCasaDeLasFlores.com $12,500
    Beautiful sale.

  2. Hey Konstantinos – check this out, the great ROTD auction:

    http://www.namejet.com/featuredauctions/liveauction

    Sort by High Bid descending, then click on various names. For example, click on bride.com and drone.com and notice how NameJet is still kind enough to force – er, I mean provide, the Estibot “valuation” with every listing. In the case of these two examples an insane – er, I mean reasonable $173,589 and $113,571. That’s what the public sees if and when they are drawn to checking out these listings. (Thanks everyone, it’s a real public service.)

    And it seems they got to Elliot. What do I mean by that? I mean “Sorry, comments are closed for this item.” that’s what I mean: https://domaininvesting.com/brent-oxley-lists-valuable-domain-names-in-namescon-auction/#comments. Or maybe it’s just in his interest to snag a deal, which I guess is understandable to a degree.

    Tell me all the years of this bs is not harmful to everyone and responsible for much of the industry’s decline aside from the Google monopoly beast, including the people in domaining who do it. If Estibot is public enemy #2 then NameJet may be #3.

    Congrats (not) in advance to everyone who manages to snag name from this “auction” far below what it’s worth and far below what they would ever dream of selling it for themselves.

  3. Hey Rick, Rico, the Schwartzinator – check this out, the great ROTD auction:

    http://www.namejet.com/featuredauctions/liveauction

    Sort by High Bid descending, then click on various names. For example, click on bride.com and drone.com and notice how NameJet is still kind enough to force – er, I mean provide, the Estibot “valuation” with every listing. In the case of these two examples an insane – er, I mean reasonable $173,589 and $113,571. That’s what the public sees if and when they are drawn to checking out these listings. (Thanks everyone, it’s a real public service.)

    And it seems they got to Elliot. What do I mean by that? I mean “Sorry, comments are closed for this item.” that’s what I mean: https : // domaininvesting . com/brent-oxley-lists-valuable-domain-names-in-namescon-auction/#comments. Or maybe it’s just in his interest to snag a deal, which I guess is understandable to a degree.

    Tell me all the years of this bs is not harmful to everyone and responsible for much of the industry’s decline aside from the Google monopoly beast, including the people in domaining who do it. If Estibot is public enemy #2 then NameJet may be #3.

    Congrats (not) in advance to everyone who manages to snag name from this “auction” far below what it’s worth and far below what they would ever dream of selling it for themselves.

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