You probably already know what flipping is, but just to make sure we are clear…
Flipping websites is much like flipping houses. You create a website, product, or a blog, develop it a bit, and then sell it for profit, to someone else. Much like you buy a run-down house, put a little work into it, and sell it to someone else, the end result is the same: money in your pocket.
Even though it’s a simple premise, there’s quite of bit of process behind it because of the options available to you along the way.
The more successful the website or product is, and the more money it makes, the greater the value it has.
The more successful something is, the more you have to work for it. If you are willing to hold onto a site a little longer to develop it out more and make it more successful, there is potential for greater profit. However, flipping your sites quickly still has the potential to produce a decent return on investment, with much less work involved.
So, which option do you choose?
It depends on a few factors: how much work you are willing to put into it, your budget, the website’s potential, and how quickly you want to see a return on the investment.
What sort of ‘flip’ should I concentrate on?
Websites, blogs, content, software packages etc can all be the base of a solid flipping business, but this report will focus on blogs because it is likely the easiest to get started with, and blogs have been popular for a while.
Blogs have become very common and sometimes very powerful they have been used to bring down whole Governments, overthrow Dictators, and have altered the lives of many.
Blogging today is probably one of the most popular platforms used on the net. Blogs are a way to proved fresh information FAST to users all over the world. Most major news publishing houses have blogs on their web sites. Blogpulse.com reports that there are currently 163,880,956 identified blogs currently on the net.
What is a Blog?
A blog is a short name given today to describe a “weblog”, a weblog is information that is published in date or chronological order with the newest information being presented to the viewer first.
Blogs can contain anything from a persons’ personal musings, to up to date hard hitting news that affects the world, and of course anything in between.
In general a blog will focus on one particular topic or “niche” these can be anything that the author wants to write about. A blogger is the term used for the author of the information being published
You will find blogs on all sorts of topics, from recipes to religion, from handicrafts to hatred, from sports to sarcasm in fact, probably any topic you care to think of, there will be a blog out there dedicated to it.
Blogging is easy to do, there are no specialist skills involved, if you can connect to the internet and use a keyboard, you can become a blogger.
Blogs are undoubtedly one of the quickest mediums to use when publishing new material to the web. No longer do you require the services of a web master or graphics designer, you simply create a new post, upload your picture, video or other files you wish to share and publish at the click at the button.
With all the great plugins that are now available you can use the blog (wordpress) platform to run anything from a Private members site to a full blown eCommerce site. If you can think of some function that you would like to add to your blog, there are coders out there who can and will make it happen for a fee.
Blogs have evolved from a static plain lists of posts to sites that “pop up” “pop out” “curl over at the edges”, “collect email addresses” “show photo galleries”, sell products on them, send newsletters from them, play multimedia files and much, much more.
Themes have been developed to cover different uses, as blogs have evolved. There are specialist themes for Internet marketers, magazine style themes for publishers, hobby themes for individuals there quite literally are thousands of themes to choose from, some free and some premium paid for themes. WordPress.org alone has over 1,401 THEMES you can choose from.
As we again move with the times, there are now apps available for you to download so you can manage your blog from your mobile phone. “WordPress for iOS” is the app that lets you write posts, upload photos, edit pages, and manage comments on your blog from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. With support for both WordPress.com and self-hosted WordPress (2.92 or higher), users of all experience levels can get going in seconds.
Guide To Blog Flipping Profit
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