Yes, in chinese radio
Seven GREAT names. Wow. I'd put brew and important at the top.
What did he pay for all seven?
1 Brew and 2 Dragonfly
Agree with @Ategy.com
I've never even thought about the domains he owns because the guy is just one of the nicest guys. He really is.
But I do like Brew.com.
My fave in that list is Dragonfly, just because i like it.
so what is the best way, to find the end users, as i cannot wait for too long for a end user to search it and then buy it, how to sell superfast with a reasonable price.
"Impressive" @Michael Cyger !
Great domain names you got there!
My favorite is Brew for the versatility and overall simplicity of being only letters long. Best name for the beer and coffee industry.
Diagnose is a gamechanger and should bring the most $$.
I aim to one day own names of this caliber.
Do you know how much he paid for any?
Michael isn't really the type of guy to blow his own horn but this post does show he does walk the talk.
Brew and dragonfly are my personal favourites.
Less than what he sold one particular name for last year... Michael knows what he's doing for sure.
Namebio.com has two recorded sales entries for Matinee.com in 2015 -- one with NameJet, and the other with Flippa. This alone does not mean guarantee that he bought the domain at the below prices.
Aaron from DSAD.com wrote about the $7,750 Flippa sale in February of 2015
Matinee.com is currently listed on Flippa with a minimum offer of $30k.
Some really nice names there Mike
I'd also be eager to see his entire portfolio, as I'd wager a bet that he has some others that aren't traditional one-worders that would turn some heads equally, if not more than some of the above showcased..
Thanks for sharing
When you have domains like these it's definately worth waiting for the end user.
Dragonfly.com is my favorite. reminds me of my facebook name
I like Dragonfly.com
You may need to have your ears checked
Impressive.com would make a great name for a domain marketplace/showcase.
amazing names where is michael these days?
Stellar names! Nice research @James-iles.161779
There's an interview with him that I just saw today on DomainSherpa: https://www.domainsherpa.com/startup-domain-name-choices/
Dragonfly.com is a technology company that builds and hosts software for leading organisations.This is my favorite.
Yes, it looks like he sold the domain, unless he owns or is a partner in the company. Meanwhile:
"GOOGLE IS PLANNING to launch a censored version of its search engine in China that will blacklist websites and search terms about human rights, democracy, religion, and peaceful protest, The Intercept can reveal. The project - code-named Dragonfly..."
Separate names with a comma.