Flip Domains Like a PRO
This is a PDF tutorial that will guide you, step by step, question by question, through the process of recognizing which domain names are generally appealing to end-users.
This is what you will learn by reading this tutorial:
1. Ideas and tips on identifying domain names that end-users want.
2. Which keywords are appealing to end-users.
3. Where to go to find domain names you can flip.
4. What process to follow to find potential buyers.
5. What to tell end-users on your first email.
6. How to respond if you have an interested end-user.
You will also see a few email templates you can copy and use.
NOTICE: This is an extended version of our previous tutorial 50 Q & A on selling hand-reg. domains. If you already bought that tutorial, you might consider not buying this one, since the information added is for those who did not get that one.
ATTENTION: Please, have in mind that, since this is a digital product that, once downloaded, cannot be returned, we do not provide refunds. Do not buy the tutorial unless you are totally sure.
You will find answers to all of the following questions:
1. How do you know which names to register?
2. Where do you find those names or ideas to register them?
3. Do you use any software to come up with ideas on names to register?
4. Do you sell all the domain names you register?
5. Is it okay to send unsolicited email messages to advertise my domain names?
6. Do you only attempt to sell .COM domain names or do you do the same with other domain extensions, such as .NET or .ORG?
7. Do you immediately accept the first offer made by a potential buyer?
8. Do you also buy domain names at auction or from other domain owners?
9. What do you do if you are unable to sell a domain name you own?
10. How do you find potential buyers?
11. What is the rate of responses you get when you are trying to sell a name?
12. Do you contact potential buyers by phone or any other method?
13. What if the potential buyer calls you?
14. Are you concerned about trademark claims by the recipients of your offer?
15. Have you ever received an angry response to your offer?
16. Do you include traffic or search volume for the domain you are trying to sell?
17. What type of research do you do before you register a domain name?
18. Do you prefer to register State + Keyword or City + Keyword?
19. Do you register domain names with hyphens?
20. Do you use a free email account, such as Yahoo or Gmail to contact clients?
21. Should I give up if I try to sell two or three names and I am unable to sell any?
22. What registrar do you use?
23. For how much do you sell a hand-registered domain name?
24. What if my price is $380 and the client offers $250?
25. Do you have a Website?
26. Do you send bulk email?
27. Can you make a living flipping hand-registered domain names?
28. How much should you invest in order to make a nice profit?
29. How does the buyer pay for the domain?
30. Do potential buyers always follow through with the purchase?
31. What if the singular and the plural are available? Which one do you register?
32. How soon after acquiring a domain do you start promoting it?
33. How soon do you actually sell the domain?
34. Am I in a disadvantage if I do not live in the U.S.?
Bonus Content – Email Samples
Sample 1 – Initial contact email
Sample 2 – Response to interested client
Sample 3 – If buyer agrees to buy the domain
Sample 4 – If buyer makes a slightly lower offer
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