Discussion in 'Site Flipping' started by krishnaverma, May 14, 2020.
A friend did this :
SOLD this domain for 1159 USD , bought it for 10 USD before two weeks.
Domain flipping is something that has no saturation and the ROI is really great!
How does this work? do you need to pay the fee to auction the domain in GoDaddy?
Wow this is mind blowing
Once the domain is sold or if you want to promote it.
Do you guys happen to know any blog post or website that has a nice tutorial on how to properly flip domains? Things like how to find a good domain and all that?
domain flipping was my 1st IM method back in 2011. Bought for 150$ on GD , sold for 1500$ each on BrandBucket three 4-digit domains.
Google search will give you results but I think it will come with practice. If you get one winner out of 10, still good.
I know how to use google search bro, I'm just asking if you know one that you would recommend, that's all.
It seems like his domain was only three to four characters. Those always sell like hot cakes if they are in any way brandable.
Good for him!
I once had elected.info in 2013 that I got for doing some task for a person. I never renewed it and now it is available for $4930.
7 letter. Expired domain.
Congrats op! any advice that you can give someone like me that just started doing this? like how to choose the domain etc
Domain flipping is pretty legit money. Just gotta learn which ones to choose and predict the ones that will bring in the cash!
Thought there was a .COM at the end. Anyway still really good job. I know a lot of people use certain tools to scrape the internet for expiring domains. It's actually not that easy.
It is not me, a friend did it. He picked a brandable domain of 7 letters, it is an expired domain. Not much of science here I guess.
Its one in 100k who succeeds in domain flipping. Domain buy sell is a small community and it requires lot of luck along your way.
Looks awesome. Where did he actually sell? In FB Groups or Go Daddy auction?
Go daddy auction, you can see in screenshot .
you can still find forgotten 4 letters domains here and there...grab it and sell it for $$$
My first domain was connected to yahoo in the title, sold it for $650 many years ago when the infringement wasn't in. I did make up a name then, it worked.
Separate names with a comma.