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A Year of Profitable Flips without NDAs – with Braden Pollock

A Year of Profitable Flips without NDAs – with Braden Pollock

Braden Pollock, as an attorney and a domain investor, shares a year’s worth of profitable flips without NDAs.

Since most larger domain transactions are under NDA, it’s unique to receive one perspective on a  single portfolio’s sales over a year.

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Profitable Flip: Crypto Domain with Logan Flatt

Profitable Flip: Crypto Domain with Logan Flatt

Strategic online marketing consultant Logan Flatt joins us to share a profitable flip with a crypto domain, CryptoCPA.com. He meticulously charts the domain history even including initial registration, expiration and complete drop back to the registry for over two years before another new registration.

Learn why he saw value, how he calculated and adjusted asking prices, and even hear how he tracks asking price and offers versus crypto value at each time.

Plus, get all the details leading up to the final sale!

Emoji Domains – ROI, Tech Updates & More – with Matan Israeli

Emoji Domains – ROI, Tech Updates & More – with Matan Israeli

Hear how Matan Israeli discovered a technical niche in emoji domains, how they work, his ROI, sales strategy and more.

If you’re searching to find your niche, Matan’s thought process and insights will inspire you to think differently! And if you are curious about emoji domain usage, languages in technology, or investing in emoji domains, you will benefit from today’s show!

How I Built Steady $15-20k/mo Net Income – with Josh Reason

How I Built Steady $15-20k/mo Net Income – with Josh Reason

Hear how Josh Reason built his domain investment portfolio & ROI strategy over the past 5 years from newcomer to steady $15-20k/mo income. Josh includes real examples and 2 profitable flips from last month.

Hear the tools he’s used, his experience both as full time and part time domain investor, and his adjustments to his strategies. Every new domain investor – and every experienced one looking out for the next up-and-comer – will want to watch today’s show!

Break Bread: BreakBread.com $2,033→$22,000 in 5 Months – With Drew Rosener

Break Bread: BreakBread.com $2,033→$22,000 in 5 Months – With Drew Rosener

Experienced domain investor Drew Rosener bought an expired domain on GoDaddy Auctions this past September, and he was willing to bid at least double the $2,033 he paid. Within 5 months, he received a $500 offer and turned it into a $22,000 sale.

Drew walks us through why he likes domains that include common phrases like BreadBread.com, some factors he considers when pricing a domain for sale, and his simple email philosophy.

Riches in the Niches: A Newbie’s 2 Profitable Flips in 2 Months – With Chris Reams

Riches in the Niches: A Newbie’s 2 Profitable Flips in 2 Months – With Chris Reams

Chris takes us through his stages of domain investing: educating himself, antique picking previously owned dropped domains, buying brandable expired domains and his first 2 profitable flips. We touch on the tough topics of frontrunning and GoDaddy expired auction changes, plus the 4 letter word of domainers, CALL- with Chris’ current 100% success rate on phone calls!

Translating Russian Domain Yielded $61K Gross Profit – With Rod Atkinson

Translating Russian Domain Yielded $61K Gross Profit – With Rod Atkinson

Rod Atkinson posted a “looking for Russian speaker” on NamePros and built a friendship with another member who helped with a domain name purchase.

Later, that friendship paid major dividends when he came across another interesting domain name.

Learn how Atkinson purchased a major insurance domain name in Russian for only $711 that turned into a $62,000 sale through an Efty for-sale landing page inquiry.

And hear how Atkinson responded to the buyer’s “strong-hand” negotiation tactics that ultimately led to the successful and very profitable sale.

$146,000 Gross Profit in 3 Months: Lucky Sale or Perfectly Researched? With Richard Dynas

$146,000 Gross Profit in 3 Months: Lucky Sale or Perfectly Researched? With Richard Dynas

Richard Dynas did his research and purchased a domain name for 40 percent of what he thought was a realistic retail sales price.

But after a couple of failed attempts to sell the domain name, he focused his energy on outbound marketing, and – with a little bit of luck – he found the “highest and best use case” business for his domain name.

By focusing on outbound marketing, Dynas maximized his return: a cool $146,000 on a $4,000 investment.

Turning an $800 Buy into a $15,800 Sale in 3.5 Months – With Joshua Schoen

Turning an $800 Buy into a $15,800 Sale in 3.5 Months – With Joshua Schoen

Today’s show features an investor who was less than a year into investing when he picked up a killer keyword that perfectly matched the .io TLD.

And he knew it because the offers came in fast during his first few months of ownership.

Listen in as he shares the entire process he went through to flip the name – from buying, to offering for sale, to fielding offers, to negotiating and closing the sale.

Smart Investment: SmartMonday.com $69→$14,488 in 3 Months – With Logan Flatt

Smart Investment: SmartMonday.com $69→$14,488 in 3 Months – With Logan Flatt

If you think like your customers think and price them within their budget, then you’re more likely to be more successful in domain name investing.

That’s how today’s investor turned a $69 SnapNames purchase into a $14,488 buy-it-now sale in three months.

Listen into this Profitable Flip show to learn to think like he does in your own segments.

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