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Tips Required For Flipping Established Sites

Discussion in 'Site Flipping' started by shankyblue, Feb 22, 2010.

  1. shankyblue

    shankyblue Newbie

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    Hey guys Ive been playing around with start up sites and I have made some money however there is only so much money your ever going to make with start ups.

    As well as that its a lot more risky as to whether your site will sell or not, so you will need to look at this more long term.

    I would much rather sell established sites as they usually sell themselves and can fetch a lot more money.

    So lets say we will build a site from scratch for the sole intention of flipping it a month later with traffic and revenue.

    So far I have a tried adsense. I have not done any SEO yet the earnings are ok but not worth selling yet until I crank up the SEO.

    Next Im thinking of article marketing, buying at least 50 articles and submitting them to EZA and directing the traffic to a blog with a clickbank product as well as some basic SEO.

    What do you guys think. Do you have anything to add. Is there an easier way.
     
  2. poweronics

    poweronics Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Flipping needs hard work and patience and usually its not so easy to earn big profit after flipping a site that is just 1 month old.
     
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  3. RealProductAffiliate

    RealProductAffiliate Newbie

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    I'm thinking about flipping an established site of mine. From what I understand there are several factors involved in getting a premium for them. Page rank, traffic, sales and how long it's been established. Sites with no or little traffic and that have made no money usually fetch a small price.