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Domain Flipping

Discussion in 'Site Flipping' started by xR0fl, Jan 6, 2016.

  1. xR0fl

    xR0fl Newbie

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    Hey :)

    I am new to this forum. I recently found out what "Domain Flipping" is about and it sounds quiet interesting for me and I am willing to learn it. I am not really sure whether this is the right forum to ask about domain flipping but I found bhw somehow about google..
    I want to start slowly and with low investments so that I can learn the basics of domain flipping. Can you guys recommend me a forum or maybe some kind of guide for it?

    Would be great if you can help me with it :)

    Thank you

    xR0fl
     
  2. ellie503

    ellie503 Newbie

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    I'm new, too, but been in the tech biz for a while. I started by looking up "domain flipping" on YouTube and learned quite a bit there. I've also seen a few courses that offer money back on Udemy and a couple eBooks on Amazon, just be sure it has decent reviews. It sounds like Flippa isn't a good way to go for selling domains. I've bought a few domains on NameJet and wait until the closing time to bid into an auction is about to end and then I'm usually the only one to bid. I search Google to see if the domain may be worth it to potential businesses that already exist. Then I'll create a personalized form letter and send it out to all of them. Best of luck!
     
  3. twerpygeek

    twerpygeek Junior Member

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    One thing I can recommend before starting Domain flipping is to study it thoroughly before purchasing any domains. Look through past sales and keep up to date on what sells and what doesnt. Its easy to enter and also easy to get burn
     
  4. Dougie8

    Dougie8 Registered Member

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    be sure to do thorough research on all domains before purchasing, lots of fake websites out there. also stay away from flippa unless you really know what to look for. bulk scam stories coming from there
     
  5. goldman01

    goldman01 Newbie

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    Domain flipping is an art & science.
    My advice is start small and keep iterating on your portfolio.

    There are forums, conferences and podcasts on the subject you should check out too.
     
  6. sheddie

    sheddie Newbie

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    might want to check it out https://youtu.be/9w5c-uzPXbY
     
  7. albertiouse

    albertiouse Newbie

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    I have a domain, the emails and the websites operate normal but when i send email from the domain it never go and i never receive any message indicating the mail was not sent.
     
  8. albertiouse

    albertiouse Newbie

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    I want to know if someone can help me spam my email