By George Green
Copyright 2012 Green King Press
Nowadays, online marketing is a huge business.
It's a fact that 24/7, 365 days a year (and for one extra day every four years), there are thousands of people all over the world trying to generate an income from the internet.
However, one thing about making money online that you should understand is that there are many different ways of generating cash through the net. Some online money making strategies are very well known, whilst other net-based business concepts are far less familiar.
Blog flipping for easy cash is going to focus on one of these less well-known moneymaking business ideas because flipping blogs for cash represents a terrific opportunity that very few people are taking advantage of.
Fortunately, this is a good thing for you because it means that the competition in the market is relatively light at the moment, making it far easier for you to generate a handsome income by flipping blogs.
Maybe at the moment you have a vague idea what flipping blogs is all about, or you may in fact have no idea whatsoever. In either case, you are going to learn everything you need to know about how to set up a blog flipping business and make money from it through this guide. After reading this book, you should be able to get started pretty much right away.
So, let's get started by examining what flipping blogs is all about.
The concept of flipping is one that has been bequeathed to the online marketing industry by the real estate business. However, whereas websites and blogs are often referred to as virtual real estate – your site is your property on the net, hence the VRE concept – I am talking about the real world, bricks and mortar real estate business in this context.
In the real estate business, the concept of flipping property is that you buy a rundown residence or office building, renovate it and immediately sell it for a profit. In other words, the property was bought solely and exclusively for the purpose of renovating and selling it at an immediate profit rather than using it as a residence or office.