Social activist and serial entrepreneur Mike Mann has been proactively involved with the Internet since 1994. At that time, Mike founded and ran the ISP and web developer, Internet Interstate, until he sold the company to Verio in 1997. Mike then founded the world's largest secondary market for domain names, BuyDomains.com, which is now called NameMedia. In 2005, he sold the majority of his interest in BuyDomains.com and the Seeq.com search engine portal to Highland Capital Partners and Summit Venture Partners. Mike is also founder of several active, successful, for-profit corporations including Phone.com, SEO.com, Skateboards.com, DomainMarket.com, Yield Software, BrowserMedia, and others. In many cases, his companies exchange resources, talent, and technologies in their never-ending quest to deliver innovative, profitable digital products and services. To perpetuate his interest in charitable works, Mike is the chairman and founder of Grassroots.org (501c3), a global network that provides free services to nonprofits and promotes social action. Mike and his team also manage Make Change! Trust, a charitable fund that supports select 501c3 charitable organizations.
I got both the free kindle version and the free audio book. The author mainly likes to toot his own horn and compare himself to other more successful business people. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jeremy Thorne
As stated, his paid employees were incentivized to read the book. That was the reason I read the book but the author couldn't have paid me to write a good review. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jeremy Thorne
I wasn't sure what to expect when I downloaded Make Millions and Make Change, but I found it to be a great foundational work that every entrepreneur should read.Published 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
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Make Millions and Make Change is one of the best book I ever read. It helps a lot and will be near me for a long time.Published 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
Easily the worst book out there. He coerced a lot of his employees write 5 star reviews on the book. So, don't be fooled into thinking this will be at all beneficial to you.Published 12 months ago by Jonathan Rodriguez
I found the book to be ok. I did not learn anything entirely new. More like rephrasing more popular concepts. It offers good pieces of advice.Published 13 months ago by Jean Lambright