Hello, happy Friday, and welcome to another Flippa Friday here on MorganLinton.com 👋 As usual I’ve gone through Flippa and found two interesting online businesses that I think could make good potential investments. You know the drill – do your homework and don’t just take my word for it. And with that – let’s get to the good stuff!
First up is PokerEages.com, a site that checks two big boxes for me, first – it’s fifteen years old so the site has been around for a long time, and second, most of the traffic is organic coming from search. As we all know, building up organic traffic in search engines takes a lot of time, and usually a lot of content, this site has both with tons of content and fifteen years to build up ranking for a ton of different terms.
While I’m not a big poker fanatic myself, I have a lot of friends who love poker, and if you’re like them, you’d probably have a blast with this site, adding new content and continuing the grow the traffic and the revenue. With a profit of over $4,000/mo this is probably as close to a passive income machine as you can get. There’s quite a bit of bidding on this site but still 28 days to go so plenty of time to do your homework and figure out if it’s the right opportunity for you.
The second site that caught my eye this month is another older site, it’s a currency rate checking site that’s been around for seven years and gets close to 800,000 unique monthly visitors. What I thought was interesting about this business is that it comes with an Android app so the buyer has two different levers they can tweak to grow revenue.
Two things that did give me a bit of pause on this one are the fact that the headline says $3.5k/mo profit but the listing says $2,633k/mo in profit – it would be good to know which one is correct and why they’re different. Also the seller doesn’t have a picture of themselves which I always find a bit strange if they’re selling a business for six-figures. If I were interested in buying this site I’d probably use Flippa’s Due Diligence service just to make sure I’m getting what’s advertised.
Okay, that’s it for this week, TGIF, have a great weekend and as always – thanks for reading!
Disclaimer: The above references an opinion and is for information purposes only. It is not intended to be investment advice. Seek a duly licensed professional for investment advice.