How To Make Money Buying & Selling Domains







Website: Amazon Kindle Book

Price: $0.00

Owners: Red M

Overall Rank: 3 out of 5

For Who: Beginners

The Good:

This is a book by Red. M, where he shows you how to buy a domain and later sell that domain for profit. It’s available in Amazon Kindle Products. The aim of the book is to teach you how to make profit by selling domain names.

It shows the reader where to find domain names to buy, and ultimately sell such domain for profit. He estimates that at least you can make $500 per month by this method. The book is free, doesn’t cost anything. The book is organized in three parts

  • Part 1: Finding domains
  • Part 2: Knowing their worth
  • Part 3: Selling your domains

The Bad:

The book was published at Amazon Kindle Store. It’s free to download, some people are skeptical about free products. Nonetheless not every free product/information is valueless.

For those who purchase domains and didn’t use them, may consider selling unused domains for profit. In that way they receive back that portion of money they spent when purchasing it.   

Overall overview


The book is suitable for those who have redundant domains they purchased.

You can choose to sell in order to recover the money you spent, rather than keeping unused products in your system. May be you purchase a domain at $10, and now it’s worth $17, you will profit from that domain, if you sell it. Besides you can search for domains with profitable keywords, buy and sell them in process.


In case you have no idea what Domain flipping was all about and  this course will taught you pretty much everything you need to know. Simple to follow and comprehensive enough. 

Word of warning don’t raise your hopes too high. The subject making money, I mean everything about it, doesn’t come cheap. You may flip domains as much as you like. But what if people aren’t interested. Will you make money. I guess you’ll, sometimes you won’t 





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