See how these two domain investors performed last year.
How did your domain portfolio perform last year? Today, investors Logan Flatt of Media Code and Mark Levine of Domain Theory come on the show to divulge their actual results. You’ll learn their topline sales numbers, sell-through rates, median prices, and get tips for improving your own results!
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2022 was another record year from the revenue point of view at our brokerage.
I noted Mark Levine’s portfolio size was 2K domains. What is Logan Flatt’s portfolio size?
Either way, they are both doing much better than most in terms of their 2022 sales based on portfolio size.
I’m slowly working my way up to a 1K dot-Com portfolio over the next 3-5 years. Started 2023 with 137 domains, expect to drop 1/4 of them by year end while adding 50-100.
Expect to be around to 200 DNs by year end.
Andrew Allemann says
Logan’s was about 2,000. Mark’s portfolio has increased to 5,000+ because of some of his experiments but he is letting many of those expire.
Thanks for the clarification Andrew.
This was an informative discussion.