Over the past few days, it’s come to my attention that most of you are planning on keeping your blogs. I definitely think that it’s wise to hold on to any site for as long as you can before flipping it. Time generally means more money, and that’s hardly a bad thing. Whether you decide to keep your site, or sell it, is up to you. However, just know that you can use the tools you used to build this one to do it over, and over again. Learn any shocking secrets? I dont’ think so.. All of this is pretty cut and dry, and it just took getting over your hurdle, and giving it a try. I’m glad that all of you made the attempt, this already puts you ahead of most entrepreneurs.
The typical “entrepreneur” (in quotes because most of them aren’t), will do more than just talk about an idea, they do everything in their power to make it happen. Sometimes the hardest step to take is the first one, and then after that, it all comes pretty simply, doesn’t it?
So I guess what I’m trying to say is that I’m proud of all of you. I’m glad that you took the challenge, and I’m glad that you now know how quick and easy this can be. The few of you that sell your blogs are also going to see a nice profit (let’s hope!). As I’ve said from the beginning, site flipping isn’t hard. It’s not rocket science, and if you are building a blog right now, you can probably handle it. The key lies in getting over your fear of a new commitment, and the ability to push through that fear and tackle the project. Good going all!
I’ve still got a few tricks up my sleeve, and there is plenty more to learn about blog flipping, and site flipping. Hopefully, we’ll be able to get this down so that we can add it to our arsenal of ways to make money online.
So, what do you guys wanna do learn next month? I’ve got some quick and easy ways for you to make money with turnkey websites… anyone biting?