Domainer Elite is a new product from Jamie Lewis that claims to be able to show anybody how to make an income by buying and selling domain names.
What does the product offer?
Jamie Lewis claims that with Domainer Elite he is going to teach you the art of buying low and selling high. Whilst there is much more to the course, this statement is typical of the creators somewhat eccentric approach to marketing. In terms of what you can actually expect from Domainer Elite, the majority of the content is training based with additional resources that helps you to capitalise on the core concept. Over the course of Domainer Elite, Jamie Lewis covers a number of different topics ranging from “finding and mining”, how and where to sell domains as well as information on keywords and niche ideas.
Furthermore, according to his sales material, Domainer Elite involves paying no more than the original registrant fee for registering a domain name. As well as the main training, Domainer Elite also comes with a bonus product in the form of another of Jamie Lewis’ courses, Jamies Private Mastermind Classes.
How does the product work?
Domainer Elite is all about buying and selling domain names which you may well have discerned from the name of the product. At the centre of everything that Jamie Lewis teaches in Domainer Elite is that you are buying domain names for very cheap and then reselling them at a higher price.
The focus is on looking for certain types of domain names that intrinsically have a large resale market because of keywords used within them.
What is the initial investment?
At the time of writing Domainer Elite is being sold for just $24.95. This is claimed to represents a 90% discount on the usual price and is claimed to be a limited time offer.
Jamie Lewis is generally pretty generous with his money back guarantees and Domainer Elite is no different with the creator offering a 60 day refund period.
What is the rate of return?
Whilst the claims of making six and seven figure incomes through the methods that Domainer Elite teaches are theoretically possible, the reality is likely to be much less than this. In fact, Flippa (a website for selling domain names) says that most domains will sell for between $2,000 and $5,000 and even that only counts if you can find a buyer.
I don’t think that Domainer Elite is necessarily a bad product. In fact, I think that there is a fair amount here that isn’t too shabby at all really.
The thing to keep in mind if you are going to buy into Domainer Elite is that you won’t be making near what Jamie Lewis claims to make.
To be completely honest though, I don’t see domain reselling as a viable income stream on its own however it does work very well for those who are looking or something that they can do on the side that takes very little effort.