Mike Mann: 2 lists of 28,923 available domains

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I am posting here 2 lists of 28,923 available to register or soon to be available to register domains from the almost 50,000 domains that Mike Mann dropped or is dropping soon.

It took me a few days to complete the 2 lists so some of the available domains may now be registered or some of the domains that were in pending delete or in the redemption period may now be available to register or registered already. Some of the soon to available domains may be caught by dropcatching services. Again you have to do your own research with the lists below. Some domains of the 50,000 list may also be dropping in the next couple of months.

List of 13,759 available to register domains

List of 15,164 soon to be available domains (domains in Pending Delete or Redemption Status)

In case you missed what has happened here are my 2 previous articles:

Mike Mann drops 50,000 domains

Complete list of the 50,000 domains Mike Mann dropped

When Mike was presented with my article about the 50,000 domains he said on Facebook:

those are the ones worth $0, you can tell because I dropped them

Previously he had made a post on Facebook saying:

Domain names generally go up in value each year due to scarcity; internet growing, fewer great names = demand up. But they rise on a percentage basis; so if they are worth $0 now they will still be worth $0 forever; and if they are worth $100 now they will be worth $110 soon. If they are worth $1M they will be worth $1.1M next year most likely and so on. Focus on high end .Com investing, as the other domains and extensions are mostly worthless and will remain so.

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About Konstantinos Zournas

I studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London, UK and now live in Athens, Greece. I love domains and building websites. I am online since 1995, learned about HTML in 1996 and about domains in 2002. I started publishing the OnlineDomain.com blog in 2012.

4 comments

  1. My worthless domain portfolio site built on an .online has a CTR of 6% from an average position of 35.

    I have new top level domains with 20%+ CTR from position ~15.

    What’s the CTR of your .com? (avg position is relevant). Anyone?? “No traffic” will soon be dismissed as another .com’r lie.

    You buy domains to tickle your fancy, or are you after clicks?

    95% of the domainers probably don’t even know the CTR on their names. Similarly, most don’t even know why it matters.

  2. “Focus on high end .Com investing, as the other domains and extensions are mostly worthless and will remain so.“

    Dudh- have been preaching that since 2000

    If you want dot com to rise in values, just don’t reg the dot whatever extension.

    Regards,
    BullS
    MBA,PhD
    Magna cum laude
    Graduate of DKAcademy.com
    Domain King Academy

  3. Thanks for dividing two, Konstantinos.

    Better than I expected.

    Samer

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