About Domain Flipping

First of all know that there are four types of flippers.

  • The guy that buys a “perfect” domain name and sits on it hoping to get more for just have the name.
  • The developer who builds a turn key or quick site on a domain and sells the whole package.
  • The marketer who usually buys a developer’s flipped site and promote’s it and monetize’s it and flips the site again at a higher price.
  • And the long term investor who is similar to the marketer but builds more advanced income streams into the website, probably makes all of his invested money back before he even considers selling it as a full scale business

Sites that Help with Valuating Domains before you buy them

  • Alexa to get an idea of the traffic rank of the domain you are considering purchasing
  • Compete to second opinion on rank
  • Quantcast to have even a third opinion on rank and an idea about the domain’s visitor’s demographics
  • Yahoo Site Explorer to check backlinks to the site which can indicate a potential for ranking for future keywords

Domain Flipping Scams to Look Out For

  • Inflated traffic numbers. Domain flippers can fake Pagerank and use junk traffic to increase Alexa rank.
  • Domain sellers who don’t really own the site and hope you are naive enough to hand over all the money at the end of the auction.
  • Domain sellers or buyers who claim to use a private escrow service which is really fake and then your domain or cash is gone
  • Domain sellers who sell domains the instant they are blacklisted in Google so they can jump them quick before an unsuspecting buyer realizes they are worthless.

Why buy a Domain Flipping Guide?

The points above only mention a few of the twists and turns of the domain flipping game. Do you know the legalities of domain flipping? How about domain flipping contracts and forms? How about the selling process? How do some domain flippers get ten times what others do for similar sites?

The domain flipping guides below will walk you through the process of being a successful domain flipper or investor.

Quick Flip Formula

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authorIvan Correces
domainwww.quickflipformula.com
price$67.00

So wouldn’t you like to know how to take something worth $10 and turn it around and sell it for 10,30 or 100 times that amount. The Quick Flip Formula will show you how take domains that you can buy for $10 and turn then into websites that local businesses will pay a lot of money to own. Domain flipping is similar to house flipping, but much more lucrative now that the housing market has tanked. And guess what, if you learn the methods that the Quick Flip Formula teaches you well, you can earn a full time income online just flipping domains 30 minutes a day. Now I know what you are thinking. You know nothing about domains, nothing about building websites, nothing about internet marketing general. Well, guess what you don’t have. You don’t have to have an MBA or be a rocket scientist. Ivan Correces started with nothing. No Degree. No knowledge of the internet. He used to be broke, in fact. And the Quick Flip Formula has had hundreds of readers who started out just like he did, with nothing. And now they live lives they only dreamed of or saw on TV. So, no, you don’t need to know anything about domains,the internet or internet marketing to learn how to flip domains! The Quick Flip Formula with Teach You

Posted on Saturday, September 18th, 2010.

Domain Flipping by the Millionaire Society

Domain Flipping by the Millionaire Society

I have to tell you the truth. I have yet to flip a domain, but this new product on domain flipping by the Millionaire Society.

Let me tell you how I usually make money. I spend months building sites and building value and rank into them. Then I start adding affiliate products, e-commerce products or drop shipped products. It’s a lot of  work  and I do it myself.  It  is second nature to me and not hard, but it does not make me the $10,000 a week that some have made by flipping domains as taught by the Millionaire Society, I can tell you that. It might some day, but not yet. So I had a little bit of envy going on.

Posted on Sunday, August 22nd, 2010.