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As a newbie could someone point my in the direction of a complete up to date domain flipping course that will teach the basics and into advanced, many thanks and I Look forward to your advice
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Originally Posted by daveaball View Post
As a newbie could someone point my in the direction of a complete up to date domain flipping course that will teach the basics and into advanced, many thanks and I Look forward to your advice
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I hear Trump University has a good curriculum.
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The namepros newbie section, general discussion and trademarks is the best way to start, imho. As of most important topics..... You need to understand why exactly certain domains sell at high price and other similar dont and where and to whom to sell your domains would benefit you the most. Start reading dnjournal, look at latest sales and analyze each domain to answer yourself why did they sold so well. This would be the best training i think.


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Originally Posted by dnadomain View Post
I hear Trump University has a good curriculum.
Is it possible to ask a question and not get a smart ass give you a stupid answer, it reflect on you mate not me

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The namepros newbie section, general discussion and trademarks is the best way to start, imho. As of most important topics..... You need to understand why exactly certain domains sell at high price and other similar dont and where and to whom to sell your domains would benefit you the most. Start reading dnjournal, look at latest sales and analyze each domain to answer yourself why did they sold so well. This would be the best training i think.
Thanks for your reply I will do as suggested, we all have to start somewhere so I appreciate your help
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Originally Posted by daveaball View Post
Is it possible to ask a question and not get a smart ass give you a stupid answer, it reflect on you mate not me

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Thanks for your reply I will do as suggested, we all have to start somewhere so I appreciate your help

Sorry, I couldn't resist!

But to be honest the best teacher is the school of hard knocks. Alot of people on the boards go off on tangents that really don't go anywhere, if you base too much of what to do off that it can be a real time waster. Best thing is to look at the market, what domains are selling and try to emulate what the market wants. Buy low, sell high!

Cheers mate.
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Originally Posted by daveaball View Post
As a newbie could someone point my in the direction of a complete up to date domain flipping course that will teach the basics and into advanced, many thanks and I Look forward to your advice
Dave Ball


there is no such thing


if someone says there is, they are only promoting their self-interests


read thru all the sales threads and the domains wanted sections, going back to 2005

this way, you get to see what sells/has sold and what buyers are looking for, along with some prices and budgets from those seeking to buy and sell domains


you need to learn the basics first before your eyes get too wide open.

by coming in the game with flippin mentality, you're already off to a bad start.

read, cuz it's funda mental, find a mentor, ask questions, don't spend a dime on any tools, scripts, subscriptions, or software

this game looks for gamers to run game on....don't get played

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