Mike Mann rolls out Inaccurate Appraisals for #domain name valuation service

Domain entrepreneur, Mike Mann.

Serial entrepreneur, Mike Mann, rolled out a brand new domain valuation service, Inaccurate Appraisals, last weekend.

Right in the middle of Super Bowl fever, Mike skipped watching the cheesy commercials, and got busy creating and offering the new domain service, for free.

“Most domainers ask, how much is my crappy domain worth? And whenever they receive an honest answer from me, they respond with “wrong!” or some other such knee-jerk reaction, like ‘FU Mike'” said Mike Mann.

“I thought it’d be great to have a domain valuation service that no matter what, gives out an off the charts appraisal – domainers will still deem it incorrect, so who cares!” exclaimed Mike Mann, drinking tea.

Inaccurate Appraisals, operating from InaccurateAppraisals.io, spits out a random – yet high – street value for your domain portfolio. The figure is typically multiplied by a seed number between 10 and 50 to further increase a domain’s “fair market” value.

Mike Mann clarified that this is a free service without a binding promise on accuracy:

“As it’s a free service performed by bots, I don’t call it a professional, detailed and signed domain evaluation service. If you want this kind of response with a certificate, go to my other web site, AccurateAppraisals.com where I sign each certificate by hand.”

Both services, InaccurateAppraisals and AccurateAppraisals arrive with a large pinch of salt, that might increase your blood pressure when you read the domain valuation results.

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One Response to “Mike Mann rolls out Inaccurate Appraisals for #domain name valuation service”
  1. Jeff Manes says:

    Mike is missing the real opportunity by not using his tast in music for valuations. Nothing would set the market on fire like saying “This domain was called the ‘Milli Vanilli’ of DotComs” as an appraisal.

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