Most domain name investors stick to buying and selling. When they do venture into development and monetization, sometimes they get burned.
That was the situation with Steven Newman and his $25,650 purchase of SportsPicks.com, a resource for sports betting information. But after a bad development start, Newman and his partner are now on the right path with a live website, a $1 million promotional challenge, a marketing program and revenue starting to come in.
Learn how SportsPicks.com is becoming an honest, trustworthy service provider in an industry that is often perceived as disreputable.
September 2, 2013
In 2010, Morgan Linton earned revenue in the five figures from domain name investing – which he does after his normal workday. This year, Morgan is on track to earn more than $100,000.
In this interview, Morgan describes how he generated a six-figure income outside of his day job. And he shares some of the secrets from his new book, Domain Investing Handbook, that will help you learn from his experience and mistakes – when to drop bad domain names, what to buy with the registration fee savings, guidelines to find great domains, and much more.
May 10, 2011
Elliot Silver owns two companies and a lot of businesses, but he makes a majority of his revenue through domain name flipping. He constantly thinks of domain names to purchase and – when he decides he wants one – will almost always make an offer in his initial contact.
In this candid interview, Elliot shares a tremendous amount of information:
* How he discovers domains for purchase
* How he values domains
* Whether he “churns and burns” or tries to sell to an end-user
* How he finds end-users to contact
* How many domain name sales he focuses on at one time
* Why he uses both a written contract and escrow
* One $2,450 domain name investment gone bad and what he learned
And Elliot loves receiving reply emails from MAILER-DAEMON. Why? Opportunity. Listen to this interview to learn more.
April 12, 2011