Prosperly TV Episode 5 – $30k Profit In Less Than 4 Months

In this episode I discuss a website he just sold for a $30k profit. See what I did to fix up the site and increase revenue instantly.

Posted in Buying Websites, Prosperly TV, selling websites
10 comments on “Prosperly TV Episode 5 – $30k Profit In Less Than 4 Months
  1. Michael says:

    Thanks for the video… I just sold my first website for $45,000. It is indeed a great feeling.

  2. Trish says:

    Awesome Adam! Great info here

  3. John says:

    Loved the video. Quick question, did you find the site originally on Flippa?

  4. Adam says:

    John, Im glad you liked it. No, I didnt use flippa in fact I hardly if ever buy from flippa. I actually used my own prospecting method I created. Worked like a charm.

  5. Dieterlee says:

    Hi Adam,

    Very inspiring video. I would be greatly interested in learning your prospecting method.

  6. 2 Percent Commission says:

    Hey Adam,

    Great video. It’s awesome to think in terms of conversion rate optimization versus search engine optimization when flipping sites. I often just go to my analytics tools to check out the value of a site, maybe flip through the content, see how its getting indexed on google, maybe some rankings.

    I was wondering what you thought about ConversionRateExperts? I subscribed to their blog to look at some of their case studies and was pretty impressed.

  7. Adam says:

    I saw a presentation by them (conversion rate experts) a few years back. They seem to know their stuff.

  8. Ada says:

    My brother recommended I may like this website. He was
    entirely right. This video actually made my day.

    Thank you!

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  10. ryan says:

    Awesome. Congrats. I checked out the site you were talking about. Just curious: How do the creators of that site go about making so much content for the site? There is a TON of unique content on the site. I’m thinking about setting up some niche sites in a few different markets, but if I have to create that much content for each site, it will take forever. Any tips on the best strategies to get that type of unique content?

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