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  1. S

    Flippa increased listing fees to $29!?

    Hi, I just wanted to re-list an auction today on flippa and it told me to pay $14 as a re-listing fees! however I know it's supposed to be $7.5 only but when I browsed their pricing I found out there's a new pricing structure and the standard listing fees became $29 instead of $15! Now this is...
  2. S

    Flippa increased listing fees to $29!?

    Hi, I just wanted to re-list an auction today on flippa and it told me to pay $14 as a re-listing fees! however I know it's supposed to be $7.5 only but when I browsed their pricing I found out there's a new pricing structure and the standard listing fees became $29 instead of $15! Now this is...
  3. redemo

    news 27 ways to monetise your domain name in 2022

    Found this very detailed make money online post https://www.awesomex.com/how-to-make-money-online/ it's by Burkhard Berger who is an author at Flippa https://flippa.com/blog/author/burkhardberger. Very insightful reading. Not your usual S-E-O- keyword stuffing nonsense. Lots of ways to monetise...
  4. redemo

    news 27 ways to monetise your domain name in 2022

    Found this very detailed make money online post https://www.awesomex.com/how-to-make-money-online/ it's by Burkhard Berger who is an author at Flippa https://flippa.com/blog/author/burkhardberger. Very insightful reading. Not your usual S-E-O- keyword stuffing nonsense. Lots of ways to monetise...
  5. Rumandcoke

    Has anyone had any success on Flippa?

    Not much info I can find on success on Flippa. Anyone use them and if so any tips? Cheers Bob
  6. Rumandcoke

    Has anyone had any success on Flippa?

    Not much info I can find on success on Flippa. Anyone use them and if so any tips? Cheers Bob
  7. Robbie

    sales 3L.com - Sells for $99,000 USD on Flippa

    The domain name 3L.com has just sold on Flippa.com for a cool $99,000 USD, returning a $17,000 USD profit four years after its last sale in 2017. Read more about it on Robbies Blog https://robbiesblog.com/3l-com-just-sold-for-99000-usd/9331
  8. Robbie

    sales 3L.com - Sells for $99,000 USD on Flippa

    The domain name 3L.com has just sold on Flippa.com for a cool $99,000 USD, returning a $17,000 USD profit four years after its last sale in 2017. Read more about it on Robbies Blog https://robbiesblog.com/3l-com-just-sold-for-99000-usd/9331
  9. Robbie

    sales Three Letter Dot Com sells for $70,000 USD

    This three letter dot com domain name just sold on Flippa for 70,000 USD. Was this a good buy? It was listed earlier this month for $250,00 USD on a brokerage website? Read more on RobbiesBlog.com http://robbiesblog.com/three-letter-dot-com-sells-for-70k/9226
  10. Robbie

    sales Three Letter Dot Com sells for $70,000 USD

    This three letter dot com domain name just sold on Flippa for 70,000 USD. Was this a good buy? It was listed earlier this month for $250,00 USD on a brokerage website? Read more on RobbiesBlog.com http://robbiesblog.com/three-letter-dot-com-sells-for-70k/9226
  11. Crysis

    news Flippa raises $11M to match online asset and business buyers, sellers

    Flippa, an online marketplace to buy and sell online businesses and digital assets, announced its first venture-backed round, an $11 million Series A, as it sees over 600,000 monthly searches from investors looking to connect with business owners. Read more here...
  12. Crysis

    news Flippa raises $11M to match online asset and business buyers, sellers

    Flippa, an online marketplace to buy and sell online businesses and digital assets, announced its first venture-backed round, an $11 million Series A, as it sees over 600,000 monthly searches from investors looking to connect with business owners. Read more here...
  13. JTAHoldings

    question What's your go-to method for selling your domains quickly?

    Hey all, wondering what everyone's favorite place or method is to offload some of their domain names relatively quickly without giving them away price wise. I took a few years off and just recently got back into the swing of things and was looking to unload a handful of names but not sure how...
  14. JTAHoldings

    question What's your go-to method for selling your domains quickly?

    Hey all, wondering what everyone's favorite place or method is to offload some of their domain names relatively quickly without giving them away price wise. I took a few years off and just recently got back into the swing of things and was looking to unload a handful of names but not sure how...
  15. Futurewizard

    advice Did I almost get hustled or am I paranoid?

    So, this last weekend, I received a bid on a regional domain I had up on Flippa. 100% honesty, this was my first inquiry/lead/potential sale/bid. I'm new. :) So, I messaged the bidder as the auction was ending in a few hours. I let him know that I would let it go for the reserve price. As...
  16. Futurewizard

    advice Did I almost get hustled or am I paranoid?

    So, this last weekend, I received a bid on a regional domain I had up on Flippa. 100% honesty, this was my first inquiry/lead/potential sale/bid. I'm new. :) So, I messaged the bidder as the auction was ending in a few hours. I let him know that I would let it go for the reserve price. As...
  17. SellEmAll

    advice Buyer from China wants to pay w/Bitcoin via a crypto escrow site.

    Here's what they wrote: I can offer $XXXX on the condition that we conduct the deal through bitcoin escrow service at my expense, the fact is that I live in China and my country has problems paying abroad due to the policy in my country. I suggest using dealchange.net create a contract in...
  18. SellEmAll

    advice Buyer from China wants to pay w/Bitcoin via a crypto escrow site.

    Here's what they wrote: I can offer $XXXX on the condition that we conduct the deal through bitcoin escrow service at my expense, the fact is that I live in China and my country has problems paying abroad due to the policy in my country. I suggest using dealchange.net create a contract in...
  19. equity78

    information Sumo.com buyer purchases a money making business on Flippa and gives to a subscriber on YouTube

    Four years ago Noah Kagan who was employee #30 at Facebook, purchased Sumo.com for his company that was using SumoMe.com. In a podcast it was explained that Kagan paid $500,000 upfront and $1 million over the next five years. Noah Kagan explained that paying over 5 years made sense to him...
  20. equity78

    information Sumo.com buyer purchases a money making business on Flippa and gives to a subscriber on YouTube

    Four years ago Noah Kagan who was employee #30 at Facebook, purchased Sumo.com for his company that was using SumoMe.com. In a podcast it was explained that Kagan paid $500,000 upfront and $1 million over the next five years. Noah Kagan explained that paying over 5 years made sense to him...

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