He is popularly known as the domain king.
In 2003, I made among the very first seven-figure domain name sales when I sold men.com for $1.3 million. It was reported around the world and was featured on CNN, as well as all major news media outlets. It was a big deal, and it was the sale that proved that domains would go up faster in value than any other commodity ever known to mankind. That domain cost me $15,000 but had earned more than $250k in ad revenue during the time I owned it.
In 2008, I sold Candy.com for $3 million, plus a 12.5% equity stake, to a candy company that had been in business for 35 years. They wanted to be the leader in their industry online. Now they are. Google Candy and check the results.
In 2009, I sold Punchbowl.com to MyPunchbowl.com for cash and stock in the company. Punchbowl.com is now a leading and award winning free web-based online invitations service and digital greeting cards site and an exclusive partner with The Disney Company.
In 2004, I sold iReport.com to CNN for $750,000.
In late 2016 I announced another deal for Teem.com, in which there is a cash and an equity component. They Re-Branded from EventBoard.com