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3 Days Old Site Sold For 200$

Discussion in 'Site Flipping' started by blogman, Feb 21, 2010.

  1. blogman

    blogman Registered Member

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    I was just going through the "Just Sold" section at Flippa.com and came across this site.

    BLACKHATSHARECASH.COM

    The site was registered on the 18th Of Feb 2010

    And sold for 200$ in just 3 days.

    It's just a simple sales page!!

    This goes to show how simple at times site flipping can become.

    Here is the sales page at flippa

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    hxxp://flippa.com/auctions/85315/BLACKHAT-Sharecash-Method---Complete-WebsiteUnique-ContentHungry-Buyers
    These kind of sales can be encouraging for a lot of site flippers.
     
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  2. meathead1234

    meathead1234 Moderator Staff Member Moderator Premium Member

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    Yep - exactly. Prime example of a very basic site with something unique selling for a decent price. $200-$30 or so in flippa fees isn't bad profit for a days work.
     
  3. ovidius

    ovidius Registered Member

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    I guess the site went for that much because it came with " a method" ? He actually sold the method and a relevant domain name. The site didn't have any affiliate revenue or ad revenue, only sales revenue that can not be verified :p. There are a lot of unknowns and questions that remain unanswered.... Nevertheless, he sold it using the strong bonus:D. Good to know what bait to use! Also nice job with the pick of the girl:D.
     
  4. nouseforaname

    nouseforaname Junior Member

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    I also had almost sold a site for $200 (1 bid) which the age was really new. 2-5days, but my mistake was, I didn't make that bid reserve met (I was expecting higher). At the end of the auction, no more bidder (Got few watchers but performed nothing).

    Relisted it again, sold for $50 (lol). My loss was around $50.

    Terrible... my lessons..
     
  5. virtualwebmarket

    virtualwebmarket Newbie

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    This is not flipping, this is domain fishing. You have got good domain, you upload some text and simple design and sell it for $200.

    Flipping will be to buy it for $200 and to sale it after 2 months for $2K
     
  6. jamesss

    jamesss Regular Member

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    Is it true or just a promotional gimmick
     
  7. cristal27

    cristal27 Newbie

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    Thank you for your nice words! That site is my creation !
     
  8. ivanadee

    ivanadee Newbie

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    wow...
    I'm just wondering whether the customers ask about your prev ebook?
    anyway,congratz