What is the product about?
Created by Snowclone (his Warrior Forum handle), Flipping Paradise is a guide to building WordPress websites and then selling them on.
What is the product?
Flipping Paradise is a PDF document that breaks down the process of making a website and selling it into a seven day process. The guide isn’t quite step by step but if you follow the instructions for each day you should do just fine. The modules start out with Snowclone teaching users about market research, seeing what people want and what is selling etc. before talking you through building your site and selling it. Flipping Paradise also has a final module on scaling your new business and outsourcing. Once you have your website built the idea is that you then sell it through Flippa with a view to turning a quick profit.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Flipping Paradise is currently available on a limited time offer for free by Snowclone. Usually it sells for $7 (which is still a great price) so it is better to get this for free now than to pay later, even if you don’t have plans to jump straight in. In terms of return on your investment, Snowclone claims to have seen newly made websites selling for almost $15,000 on Flippa but I saw no examples in my research. That having been said there is some potential to earn off this although I think it will be a long way from the $10,000 per month that Flipping Paradise claims.
Does the product provide value for money?
Even at the $7 price I feel that Flipping Paradise represents excellent value for money but given it is free right now there is no reason to avoid this.
Flipping Paradise is an interesting proposition and there is definitely a lot to take away from this. I will hold my hands up and admit that a lot of praise for Flipping Paradise come from the value that it represents. If this were a $50 I would be disappointed but I think that Snowclone has set a fair price at $7.
As a final aside I feel it would be remiss of me not to mention that some experience with WordPress is desirable to make this work at its best. One of the main problems, is Warrior Forum WSO’s sell for so little, meaning thousands sometimes buy them, so you will be up against a LOT of competition.
Another consideration, is that if the product was so ‘profitable’ why would somebody sell the info to create competition for themselves? Only a fool would do that ‘IF’ this was a sure way of generating profits. Think about it…