eTycoon – Lump Sum Profits From Buying And Selling Websites?
Here’s a thought. Is a website a business? Can you buy and sell websites? Do the produce profit? The answer: yes. They do all of those things. Ryan Moran’s course, eTycoon teaches you how to do them all!
Before I get too deep in the eTycoon review, I would like to give you some of my history. A few years ago, I was playing around with buying and selling websites. To me, it was potentially easy cash that I could make without having to build an email list or have to ‘sell’ anyone anything. I just revamped a site, made some money through advertising and sold it off. My first site was on Photoshop tutorials. It was getting lots of traffic, but wasn’t making any cash.
Now then, I didn’t really know what I was doing. Plus, I knew nothing about photoshop.
So I applied a few money-making strategies and within 90 days, was making 0 each and every month! Rather than hold on to it, I decided to sell it on Sitepoint.com (it’s now Flippa.com) and got 10x earnings! For one measly site.
I made approximately 1000% on that investment!
For the next 6 months, I tried to replicate that success. I tried to find sites that needed some touching up, but failed miserably. After about 6 months, I gave up. Until I saw eTycoon that is.
When I first watched a video on the eTycoon website, I remember thinking, “Wow, this kid knows his stuff.” It reminded me of the joy I had the first time I bought and sold that Photoshop website (and the profits!).
The thing about Internet marketing and selling affiliate products is the ‘messiness’ of it. First you have to build a site. Then you need to figure out a way to make it profitable. Oftentimes, this can be easier said than done.
eTycoon gives you all that. Well, at least it did for me. It taught me where to find websites for sale, how to make money on those websites, and how to sell them! All I needed to do was follow the formula!
About six months ago, I finished the eTycoon course and am currently selling my 7th site. In the beginning, I bought a few niche websites that had some traffic and added text link ads, banners and adsense blocks. Those ad spaces started making some money, so I sold the sites off. The profits were then reinvested in bigger, more competitive sites that will, in turn, make more money when they’re sold…
There are a few things I’d like to share with you from the eTycoon system.
The first tip I can give you is to start perusing Flippa.com for websites to buy. That’s where I buy and sell most of my stuff. The marketplace is easy to use and they’ve got a rating system so you know who you’re doing business with.
The second tip I’d like to give you is to start looking for affiliate offers on Clickbank.com. Buying a niche website and posting affiliate offers is the best way to start making cash now, as long as there is a good amount of existing traffic on your new website.
Make sure you check into eTycoon more if you’re interested in buying and selling websites. It’s a lot of fun and can serve to be a real money maker if you do it right!
Make sure to sign up for the free webinar that I talk about in this eTycoon Review so you can get some of Ryan’s tips on buying and selling websites. It really is awesome stuff, whether you have experience with it or not!
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Tommy Bright is a eTycoon member, thus he knows well the eTycoon products and systems.
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