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Oops! Print version of The Washington Post refers to Mike Mann as the ‘Domain King’

When we broke the news last night about the coverage by The Washington Post of Mike Mann and his numerous successful ventures, the online article had a different title.

Today, the print edition came out, and instead of the long-winded title that would not fit on the newspaper, an alternate one is used:

“What’s in a name? Profits, if you’re the ‘Domain King'”


But isn’t that Rick Schwartzs well-established moniker in the domain community?

Mike Mann, who shared the photo below, seemed to agree:

“He wanted to call me Domain King, I told him someone else used that moniker already.”

Looks like some journalists won’t pay attention to detail, apparently. Hopefully, Rick Schwartz – the Domain King – won’t fuss much about it.


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3 Responses to “Oops! Print version of The Washington Post refers to Mike Mann as the ‘Domain King’”
  1. Martin says:

    Does Rick know about this coup?!?!??!?!?!

  2. DomainGang says:

    Martin – He should, by now. Mike gets to be Domain King for a day. 😀

  3. @domains says:

    The article also mentions Domain King. Maybe this will get Rick blogging again.

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