No Pigeon Droppings for Mike Mann – Sells

According to an announcement by domainer entrepreneur Mike Mann – author of the motivational book Make millions and make change – his first sale of a premium dot co domain is a reality.

This has to be a record sale in terms of timing; after all, the .CO Registry opened its gates only a week ago to the general public.

Since then, hordes of domainers have registered almost 330,000 .co domain names.

Mike Mann’s announcement came over twitter, where the hyperactive entrepreneur took a break from his continuous reference to his estrange wife’s antics and announced:

“My first premium .co sale “” $3500″

Mike Mann announces his sale of

It looks like a nice chunky sale for the guy who also owns, and – Apparently, Mike decided to skip on for the time being, until his legal team decides on the next move. 😀

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14 Responses to “No Pigeon Droppings for Mike Mann – Sells”
  1. BullS says:

    Sorry, I prefer flying dot com.

    wake up people, you think some companies going to buy dot co.

    Oh wait, I am heading to it is a porn roulette site

  2. Lucius "Guns" Fabrice says:

    The point is, the domain was sold 😀

  3. RobM says:

    It’s a good sale for Mike. However it’s a very low price for one of the best premium terms and, unfortunately, is going to encourage domainers to register *far* worse terms expecting the same kind of payoff. A win for the registrars of course but an indicator that normal and poor terms are going to be pretty worthless in this extension.

  4. Lucius "Guns" Fabrice says:

    Hi Rob – I tend to view it this way: a sale does not predetermine all future sales. There will be bigger, there will be smaller ones in the .co namespace, just like with every TLD.

    I think that MM overly invested and at this time it’s good to get a nice ROI back. Can’t wait for the 6 figure sales!

  5. Lazy Domainer says:

    Ummm… Lucius….

    “Disclaimer: All posts, information and content on the web site are fictional, humorous and depict a satire. No information contained herein is to be perceived as real, even if parts of it are accurate or appear to be real.”

  6. Lucius "Guns" Fabrice says:

    Lazy Domainer – See that 100% sign? Here’s the scoop:

  7. Lazy Domainer says:

    Ahh… duly noted. Thanks for setting me straight on that. I’m obviously just living up to my screen name.

    However, it’s too bad that the owner of a 100% parody/humor site felt it necessary to suddenly change its original approach. Next thing you know, The Onion will be publishing “100% real” stories as well.

  8. Mark says:

    I have to agree with RobM. This sale helps to, at minimum, set a market. The resale action across the numerous reseller sites is minimal at best in terms of both volume and pricing.

  9. Lucius "Guns" Fabrice says:

    Lazy – Nothing has changed. It was always like that from the beginning. I’m simply making it more obvious for those that want to know in advance about an article’s elements 🙂

    Mark – It’s a start, however one needs to remember that the market is only one week old.

  10. says:

    I put in for a few I got hopefully as county right.
    That is the only .co domain I own so will see.

  11. Darren M. Giles says:

    Hello, I’m new to the whole domaining industry and was looking for a little advice please?
    I purchased a number of .CO domains mainly to use myself, but did secure a few with the direct intention of selling them. When would be the best time to sell them undeveloped? Now or wait for a little time?
    Cheers, Darren.

  12. Lucius "Guns" Fabrice says:

    Darren – Welcome to domaining. The best time to sell any undeveloped domain is yesterday; one less day that you carry that weight with you! 😀

    Kidding aside, the best time is when you locate the buyer that would generate a worthy return on your investment. Quick flipping is possible, long-term holding is smart, development is wise.

  13. byDomainers says:

    Yes .CO names is the best alternative for dot coms taken domain .

  14. its big revolution .co going to be big competitor to .com coming future anyway ultimately i grabbed couple of unique .co domains,, & ( short form of & are reserved names ) which i am planning to sell it for 6 figure

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