Mike Mann sells 3 domains for $44,888 in May

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Mike Mann reported 3 of his domain name sales in May 2022 for a total of $44,888. Reported prices started at $10,000 and went up to $19,888.

Mike sold 3 .com domains. The average reported domain sales price was $14,963.

If you want to further understand Mike Mann’s pricing and sell-through rates read here: A few important details on Mike Mann’s domain sales

A few months back Mike Mann dropped about 50,000 domains from his 350,000 (about 14%) and now has 300,000 domains in his portfolio.

Mike Mann wrote an EPIC comment on my post about him dropping 50,000 domains. The comment covers several different subjects including buying and selling domain names.

To get some context you should first read these 3 posts before reading Mike Mann’s comment.

Here is a look at some of Mike Mann’s domain sales with domains AND prices.

Domain name sales:

BrightStarAcademy.com $19,888.
GloriousGaming.com $15,000.
RevivalPoint.com $10,000.

If you feel the need to say something about Mike’s sales being fake or whatever then first read this: “Casting a doubt on all domain name sales“.

More info

Mike Mann is the owner of DomainMarket.com that offers more than 350,000 300,000 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:
April 2022
March 2022
February 2022
January 2022
December 2021
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December 2018
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January 2018
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December 2016
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April 2016

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About Konstantinos Zournas

Studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London, UK and now living in Athens, Greece. Love domains and building websites. Went online in 1995, learned about HTML in 1996 and about domains in 2002. Started publishing the OnlineDomain.com blog in 2012.

4 comments

  1. Wow, these domains are objectively bad.

    But when you have 300,000 — I guess some are bound to sell.

    I feel bad for the buyers.

    • Hold on, Dude – you mean I’m not going to be the only person who admits that, on the infinitesimally rare occasions I might ever even feel like doing so anymore, which these days is pretty much never? Nice, keep up the good work. I’m fine with him making such sales, what I’m not fine with is anyone lying about such things. Like Bitcoin – I’ll gladly cash out, even for a billion if I had a stack like that, but would rather die than lie to anyone by suggesting it actually has any value…

      • Not sure what any of this has to do with my comment.

        But to your point there have been domainers known to report sales to themselves (much like how NFTs built up ridiculous prices) but not saying this is the case here

        Just saying these are terrible domains per the price — which they objectively are

  2. I wonder who the buyers are and why do they buy those domains

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