12 Aug '17, 6pm

When it comes to flipping two-word .COMs, Logan Flatt is on a roll

When it comes to flipping two-word .COMs, Logan Flatt is on a roll

I always laugh when people say that the only people who make money with domain names are the guys who got started in the early days. When I started in 2007 just about everyone told me I was too late, and another “late-comer” that is making waves lately is Logan Flatt, who has been flipping two-word .COMs for a very healthy profit. Back in July Logan went on the DomainSherpa show to talk about how he sold SmartMonday.com for $14,488 after buying it for $69 just three months earlier. Three days ago Logan announced another solid two-word .COM sale, TheMarc.com which he also bought for $69 but this time back in 2014 and sold last week for $6,800. It’s a great example of the strong value that two-word .COMs continue to have and the opportunities that are out there for new domain investors. Other well-known Domain Investors like Rick Schwartz, Frank Schilling and Mike Mann have ...

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