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Podcast title Project Archimedes - It's Flipping Websites!
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Description A full and in depth review of the amazing Project Archimedes by Ben Shaffer
Updated Sun, 05 Oct 2014 04:02:41 +0000
Category How to make money flipping websites
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1. How To Balance Your Home And Business When You Work At Home
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Description: Many people desire the ability to work at home. They imagine themselves rolling out of bed, commuting 20 feet without any traffic, except for the occasional pet sleeping in the hallway and starting work in their home office as they sip on their favorite latte. Without the daily office politics, commute, and water cooler gossip they feel they’ll be more focused and, ultimately, more efficient. However, with this freedom come some unforeseen drawbacks that can affect your stress level. You may find it difficult to keep yourself organized and motivated without the pressures of a boss or management team.

When you work from home and not required to clock in and out at a specific time, you are responsible for your own time management. To keep yourself and your home office organized so you are more productive and have less stress, try the following tips:

1. Keep a separate and specific work area in your home. This can be as simple as setting up a large desk and a small filing cabinet in a quiet room. Make sure you have plenty of lighting. Keep it clean and organized so you can find the materials and supplies you need to do your work.

2. Learn how you are more productive. Identify what type of work environment helps you work at your best. Are you more productive when you’re working at your desk or sitting on the couch? Your home office is your domain. Add personal items and things that help give you a positive attitude to help make you more productive.

3. Schedule specific task. Plan your work schedule by identifying your most productive time and when you have the most energy. If you a morning person and think more clearly in the mornings then do your most difficult and important task during this time. If you have children you may want to begin work after you get them off to school, before they wake up or even during their nap.

4. Set your business hours and adhere to the schedule. Just because you work at home doesn’t mean you can take a break whenever you want because there’s no boss to tell you to get back to work. You must be managing your time by setting your business hours and following them, after all you are your own boss. Also, many people or clients may assume since you work from home you are available 24/7. Avoid interruptions by setting specific office hours when other people can contact you regarding business. Communicate this - put your business hours on your business cards, website, e-mails and voice-mail recording.

5. Plan, negotiate and prioritize. No matter how hard you try, your business and personal lives will collide. Don’t stress out when personal interruptions affect your business life. Learn to detach from your work mode, to focus and address the interruption and resolve it so that you can move forward. Then switch back to work mode and get back to your regular work schedule. Eventually, you will learn to weave in and out between business mode and personal mode throughout the day so their can be a productive balance between work and life when you work at home.

The ideal work from home business is Project Archimedes it is all about Flipping Websites an excellent business for the stay at home Mum or Dad!

2. Flipping Websites Why it's Such A Great Idea..
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Description: Site flipping is fast becoming the business model of choice for many online marketers these days.

Some don't get it, whilst others just can't stop making money with it.

Site flipping is much like property investing, but the risk is often much lower and there is always a global market to sell your assets onto at any time (a market which is growing daily too).

There are 2 routes you can take when getting started. You can either buy an established website that has existing traffic and is already making money, or you can buy a fresh new website that is nothing more than a fancy template and cool domain name.

It all depends on your starting budget and skills. If you have a few hundred bucks, you could buy a website that has content and some traffic coming in already, then look to make improvements to the site to increase the traffic and the sales, thus enhancing the site's overall value for resale.

Alternatively, if you're strapped for cash, you can simply aquire a site that is less than $100 for example, then use your own skills and knowledge to boost the site's performace, thereby increasing its' resale value.

Buyers will be looking for 2 things:

Does the site get targeted traffic?
Does the site make any money?

There are other aspects which a buyer will be interested to know too, but these two are the crucial aspects they will want answers to.

Essentially, if you can increase either the traffic or the sales (or both) from a site you have purchased, you can then expect to be able to resell the site for more than you paid for it.

The whole idea of site flipping is about calculating your costs and quick turn around. If you get too attached to your "baby", you'll find it hard to sell...which, if it's making money for you anyway, then it's still a win-win situation, unlike real estate where the money is only made after the sale.

It's like living in a property you're renovating to sell on, and getting paid to do decorate the walls...

If you're looking to get started in site flipping the right way, and you want a fool proof way to start making quick profits without the "renovation" aspects, then you might want to check out Project Archimedes. It's a comprehensive guide to site flipping that is designed on 3 different levels, depending on your income and skills...

3. How To Sell Big And Sell Safe
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Description: So you want to become rich buying and selling websites huh? Well, it has to be said that one of the most accessible ways to do so is by the recent craze and phenomenon known as "website flipping".

Website flipping is a buzz term for short term investing in websites. The real beauty is that unlike physical real estate, you can pick up established and profitable websites for less than a pair of trainers and turn them into residual money makers in no time at all. Then, if you get bored of babysitting that site, you can hand the keys on to a new owner and walk away with a huge lump sum of cash in the process. Welcome to site flipping, now let's look at one of the most important parts of the entire process...

Let's assume you have a website that you've found which is making a little money. You bought the site, built up the daily visitor count and even added some high priced products or high paying ads to it (all of which is explained later on in this article).

However, you're only half way there and if you screw up with the actual selling of the site, you could stand to lose not only time but a lot of money too.

Step 1. Make sure you're selling in the hotspot

There are numerous places to sell your website online, some more reputable and safer than others. When you're selling a site, the things that should be most important to you are the ability to see how trusted and respected the buyer is plus an effective system to communicate freely.

Not only that, but you need a marketplace where there are a ton of rabid buyers who will likely claw and hussle for your site, through sheer competition. One such place which has all of this is Sitepoint.com.

You can list your website in super targeted categories depending on its status. For example, if you run the next best thing to MySpace, you'd list your site in the premium websites for sale. However if you have a brand new blog about cat grooming, you would list your site for sale in the startup websites for sale. If your site is ticking along nicely, you'd go for the established sites for sale.

There are many other options and plenty of user friendly features at Sitepoint.com which makes it a great place to sell your site for maximum profits.

It does cost money to list your site for sale, but I can assure you that providing you take the right steps to listing your site for sale and have properly "flipped it" for maximum profits, then you won't need to worry about the small fee.

Step 2. Avoid being scammed AFTER the sale

Many people worry about buying from a seller who is unlawful and a possible scam artist, but whilst this is a legitimate concern, it is also likely that the seller is worried about the buyer being less than savory. Why? Because a seller can still claim their money back, particularly if they have paid by credit card, via a chargeback.

This could happen if the buyer is either unhappy with the transfer of the site progress, or simply if the buyer is trying to rip you off. The truth is, if you're not covered with some kind of basic contract or agreement, you might end up losing your money...which is a real nightmare if you've already transferred the site across to the buyer! You would have just lost your site and now facing a chargeback for the sale...ouch.

Conclusion

There are lots of aspects of becoming successful at site flipping but having said that, it is considered one of the easiest and straight shooting businesses to run online in recent years. The marketplace is thriving, you can control your budget and investments and you can essentially dictate how much you would like to earn each month as a result. Want to earn $2000 per month? Fine, just buy a site and flip it up to that level, then take the profits and reinvest. It soon becomes a snowball effect as your profits pile on top of each other.

Not sure how to tell what a site is worth selling for? Simple! Just take the revenue that it is currently earning per month and multiply it by 4x. This is a general rule and sometimes a site can be sold for a lot more than that whilst earning less, depending on other factors.

If you'd like to know what these factors are and how to get your first successful site flip under your belt, check this out:

If You Must Start earning Money Fast Order Project Archimedes Here


4. Project Archimedes Its Flipping Websites!
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Description: Project Archimedes Review

Project Archimedes - Project Archimedes Review

I have a keen interest in anything which makes money, so when Ben Shaffer asked me to review Project Archimedes prior to launch I was delighted. However as my readers will know I don’t pull any punches when it comes to product reviews.

That’s the chance they take…….

A new website flipping system called Project Archimedes has just been launched. The question is does website flipping really make money, and how does it work? Project Archimedes works by using a process called flipping, flipping is a generic term which simply put means buying something below market value and selling it on quickly, at market value. Simple eh? Well if it was that easy everyone would be doing it. Flipping websites is a way of generating quick profits using virtual real estate. There has been a lot written recently about website flipping, however, it remains a mystery to most people. A guy called Ben Shaffer has written a comprehensive course which he calls Project Archimedes.

1. How Does Project Archimedes Work?

The idea behind Project Archimedes is to acquire web sites which have been neglected, of which there are thousands if not millions. Providing these neglected sites have high potential, adjustments are made to the site to take it to its highest potential and then sell it at market value, which would be a lot more money than you initially paid for it. There is no intention to keep the site for long, the idea is quick turnover. Now once you get the hang of using Project Archimedes methods this process can be repeated again and again. If done as advised, it can produce high levels of income consistently but you do need the specialist knowledge found in this guide.

2. What Happens if You Are Unable To Sell A Website You Bought?

This is always a possibility, but if you have used the system inside Project Archimedes to acquire your sites, it should be a rare occurrence. Even if you do get the odd site that won’t give you the required return, it is no big deal as the site will create passive income by using the existing income streams.

3. How Do You Find The Web Sites for Project Archimedes?
Well this is where website arbitrage excels. Everything is explained in great detail. You also need to know where the income for the site is coming from. It could be ad sense, sales, sponsorship, or any number of things that make money, but most importantly, is the full potential of the website being utilized correctly. All these skills can be learned quickly with Project Archimedes. Some of the figures quoted are mind blowing and it is well worth further investigation.

4. Conclusion:

There is definitely a very sound business model here. Flipping websites is not new but the methods and skills learned from Project Archimedes put a whole new perspective on it.

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It”s Flipping Websites!!

So you want to become rich buying and selling websites huh? Well, it has to be said that one of the most accessible ways to do so is by the recent craze and phenomenon known as “website flipping”.

Website flipping is a buzz term for short term investing in websites. The real beauty is that unlike physical real estate, you can pick up established and profitable websites for less than a pair of trainers and turn them into residual money makers in no time at all. Then, if you get bored of babysitting that site, you can hand the keys on to a new owner and walk away with a huge lump sum of cash in the process. Welcome to site flipping, now let’s look at one of the most important parts of the entire process…

Let’s assume you have a website that you’ve found which is making a little money. You bought the site, built up the daily visitor count and even added some high priced products or high paying ads to it (all of which is explained later on in this article).

However, you’re only half way there and if you screw up with the actual selling of the site, you could stand to lose not only time but a lot of money too.

Step 1. Make sure you’re selling in the hotspot

There are numerous places to sell your website online, some more reputable and safer than others. When you’re selling a site, the things that should be most important to you are the ability to see how trusted and respected the buyer is plus an effective system to communicate freely.

Not only that, but you need a marketplace where there are a ton of rabid buyers who will likely claw and hustle for your site, through sheer competition. One such place which has all of this is Sitepoint.com.

You can list your website in super targeted categories depending on its status. For example, if you run the next best thing to MySpace, you’d list your site in the premium websites for sale. However if you have a brand new blog about cat grooming, you would list your site for sale in the start-up websites for sale. If your site is ticking along nicely, you’d go for the established sites for sale.

There are many other options and plenty of user friendly features at Sitepoint.com which makes it a great place to sell your site for maximum profits.

It does cost money to list your site for sale, but I can assure you that providing you take the right steps to listing your site for sale and have properly “flipped it” for maximum profits, then you won’t need to worry about the small fee.

Step 2. Avoid being scammed AFTER the sale

Many people worry about buying from a seller who is unlawful and a possible scam artist, but whilst this is a legitimate concern, it is also likely that the seller is worried about the buyer being less than savory. Why? Because a seller can still claim their money back, particularly if they have paid by credit card, via a chargeback.

This could happen if the buyer is either unhappy with the transfer of the site progress, or simply if the buyer is trying to rip you off. The truth is, if you’re not covered with some kind of basic contract or agreement, you might end up losing your money…which is a real nightmare if you’ve already transferred the site across to the buyer! You would have just lost your site and now facing a charge-back for the sale…ouch.

Conclusion

There are lots of aspects of becoming successful at site flipping but having said that, it is considered one of the easiest and straight shooting businesses to run online in recent years. The marketplace is thriving, you can control your budget and investments and you can essentially dictate how much you would like to earn each month as a result. Want to earn $2000 per month? Fine, just buy a site and flip it up to that level, then take the profits and reinvest. It soon becomes a snowball effect as your profits pile on top of each other.

Not sure how to tell what a site is worth selling for? Simple! Just take the revenue that it is currently earning per month and multiply it by 4x. This is a general rule and sometimes a site can be sold for a lot more than that whilst earning less, depending on other factors.

If you’d like to know what these factors are and how to get your first successful site flip under your belt, check this out:Project Archimedes

Site Flipping - 3 Crucial Pillars To A Higher Asking Price
Flipping websites is definitely a lucrative business model and is possibly one of the safest ways to invest your money because it is so controllable and flexible. Unlike the stock market that can jump around from minute to minute and the housing market than is either too expensive or completely bottomed out (like it is today in 2008), website investing is a marketplace that is much more stable and full of rabid buyers.

But whilst many talk about finding a website for sale and actually buying it, what many don’t mention is the work that is required in actually adding value to the site. After all, if you can’t add value, there is little chance you’ll turn a profit.

So let’s look at some of the first key areas you need to focus your time (or a freelancer’s time) on.

1. Improve Existing Revenue

If you’ve bought a site that is already making money, you’re in a better position from the start. Take a look at what is actually generating the revenue and replace that with higher paying ads or even your own direct affiliate links or your own products for higher profit margins. If your site is not making any money at the time of purchase, it’s time to test a few ad placements and affiliate links for related products or services.

2. Enhance customer retention

Does the existing site capture email addresses? Does it have an RSS feed or newsletter service? Does it have social bookmarking buttons so that people can share your content easily across the web? If it has none of these, then add them right away! If it does have these features, try to look at how your visitors are interacting with these features and try to improve on it.

For example, is the newsletter being ignored and nobody is signing up? Are people bookmarking your site? Heck, are people even sticking around for very long at all? If not, you need to consider getting better content up ASAP and provide more value and entertainment for each visitor.

3. Boost the traffic

If you bought a site that is already getting some sort of regular and reliable traffic, all you need to do is go and get more of it. The beauty is, you should already know where the traffic is coming from, so you know exactly where to go and get more of it from! If your site is not bringing in any traffic, you’ll either need to start paying for it or better still, go out and start marketing your site. There are a million and one ways to bring traffic to your site, many of which are included in a guide that I recommend later on in this article.

Conclusion

All of the information you need to tackle these three points above comes from tracking your visitor’s activity. You can do this for free using Google Analytics. You will need a Google account, but it takes less than 10 mins to set up and get running with their excellent free service. The analytics code they give you will tell you everything you need to know about where people are coming from to find your site, what they are doing when they reach your site and a whole host of other data that can give you the info you need to conquer these 3 crucial tasks of flipping a site for maximum profit.

If you’re confused about getting traffic, boosting the revenue or keeping more people from leaving or never coming back to your site, then you might want to learn more about this guide to successful site flipping. Here’s a great review on it:


A Full And In-Depth Review Of Project Archimedes Is Available Here.. It’s Well Worth A Look