Im the proud new host of Domain Masters radio and will bring you the best guests and most salacious content! http://t.co/D9l2PBMUL3
— Mike Mann (@mikemanndotcom) November 22, 2013
According to a tweet from Mike Mann this afternoon, Mike is going to be the new host of the Domain Masters radio show on Webmaster Radio. If you aren’t familiar, Webmaster Radio is the largest online radio network dedicated to the B2B marketplace, and it has a wide range of programming, including a show exclusively about domain names called Domain Masters.
Domain Masters was started in December of 2004, and its broadcasts featured some of the most successful domain investors and domain industry experts like John Berryhill, Richard Lau, Ari Goldberger, Ron Jackson, Mark Ostrovsky, and many others. The show was regularly hosted by Monte Cahn for several years, and then Victor Pitts followed as the host. The radio show stopped its regular broadcasts in March of 2013, but according to Mike, the show will resume next month. Domain Masters is scheduled to air Wednesday nights at 7pm eastern.
My first reaction when I read the news is that I can’t wait to tune in and hear what Mike has to say. I would guesstimate that Mike has probably bought and sold more domain names than almost anyone else. Mike isn’t shy about sharing his opinions either, and that should make for some excellent radio.
I asked Mike what his focus will be for the show and he said it will cover “all the top people, new tlds will be big, traffic, conversion, margin, speculation, competition, charity.”
Can’t wait to hear the show!
Mike isn’t one to hold back either. Should be a good one to listen to. . .. I’ll pop the corn.
All this while starting a new political party? Busy man 😉
Another great niche developed in domaining! Good luck to Mike.
According to the graphic on the Webmaster Radio Facebook page, the show will air on December 4 at 5pm Eastern
Is this the same Michael Mann who owns DomainMarket.com? which is offering a wide variety of domains for sale that clearly infringe on known trademarks such as these;?
Is this what a “Domain Master” does?
I assume that is a rhetorical question? 🙂
Mike does own Domain Market and he sold Buy Domains for a reported $80 million http://news.cnet.com/8301-1023_3-57418250-93/meet-the-mann-who-registered-14962-domains-in-24-hours/