I Made $650+ By Flipping Websites on Facebook
I’ve been creating websites for my clients for over 2 years now. I started off as a content writer and then quickly shifted my focus to SEO because it simply made me curious.
Anyways, it all started when my client told me to reach a particular goal with his website in three months so that he can flip it later. I worked on it, and luckily, the site was able to make $50–100 per month with ad revenue in three months.
While working on that project, I made up my mind to create my own website and then flip it later. I had the skills, and I firmly believed that I can easily make a few bucks every now and then if I started this side hustle.
However, back then I had a specific plan in my head, the same that I applied for my client’s site.
That was until I came across Jenn Leach’s website flipping articles and I realized that I don’t need a money-making website or a complete SEO action plan to start website flipping.
And that’s how I started flipping websites on a small scale with Facebook.
Before, I start explaining what I did, here’s a quick look at how much I earned.
Firstly, I took as much value as I could from Jenn Leach’s articles on Medium. After that, I made my strategy. I’ll break everything down into small parts so you guys can have a better understanding.
How Much Investment is Needed?
Honestly, I invested around $50–70 for domains and a hosting plan.
For the niche, I went with a non-saturated, and easy-to-rank niche. There was almost zero competition and most forum sites were ranking for the main keywords. So that’s an easy pick.
I used SEMrush for Keyword Research and only picked up low competition keywords to get instant results.
I wrote the content myself, and I only got a little help from my AI assistant, Jasper.
The thing is, I offered 10–15 content pieces (with an average of 700 words) along with 40 low competition keyword ideas, thus making a complete action plan for the new owner.
Selling on Facebook:
I created four websites in total, and after 7–10 days, each one of them started gaining traffic. So I decided to sell them out. (One by One).
I posted complete details of my website along with screenshots from GSC, and SEMrush.
The Bottom Line:
After my little experiment, I have started new projects to continue this side hustle along with my SEO journey. Also, if you want a complete website from scratch then make sure to contact my team at Jet Lag Media.
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