Morgan’s Flippa Five: Websites and Apps that caught my eye this week

Hello, happy Thursday, and welcome to Morgan’s Flippa Five. This week I am highlighting five websites/apps on Flippa that caught my eye. I’m particularly excited about the first site on my list which is actually a SaaS software product that is built and already generating revenue. Enjoy my top five picks below and as always feel free to share some of your own favorites in the comment section below!

ChooseJarvis.com – Jarvis is a social media tool to help businesses understand what content performs the best on Twitter and Facebook. A great starting point for someone who wants to run a small software company in the social media space.

LustBox.no – like the above example, this is more than a website, this is a running eCommerce business and includes inventory. While the name might not give it away, it’s actually a subscription service for men, originally started by two friends in 2014 who wanted to bring the popular subscription box concept from North America to Norway.

Piclay (App) – this one definitely caught my attention since it has been on the app store for four years, and has a 4.5 star rating with over 58,000 reviews…so safe to say the app works and people like it. Piclay is an all-in-one photo app for the iPhone that makes it easy to overlay, mirror or collage your photos together to share on social media.

MovingCheaply.com – I haven’t seen many sites get this kind of traction in such a short period of time. Which means you should do your homework to make sure all the awesome results check out but given that the seller has an 100% feedback rating and has done north of $177k in transactions it sounds legit to me. Like the name implies, the site is for people looking for moving services and makes it’s money through lead generation.

DivineWaist – to round out the list, DivideWaist is a drop shipping business selling, like the name says, something that makes your waist look slim. The great thing about drop shipping businesses is that you don’t have to carry any inventory, when you get an order you send it directly to another company that gives you the wholesale price and ships it out for you.

 

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  • Joe August 18, 2017, 2:23 am

    As always I have done with you in some post writing to regret and my RIP for the victims of terror in the Boston marathon year 2013.

    Four years later yesterday was in Barcelona (Spain) and then in the coastal town and tourist of Cambrils from here my most sense RIP to all victims.

    This was my beginnings to buy domains to make projects web sites, but the approach was more like for the users I wanted that these had the opportunity to make clear the steps that the online businesses impose with their rules when they have grown great.

    It came out well at first but the Spanish mentality was not the same as your self I was always governed by what was new in the US and the news was not yet answered I am a brainstorm I did not know this name in Spanish and even less in English.

    With time I was leaving because the same companies did not know what they wanted to have online was a shame even today is written much of what they sell ecommerce in Spain and 50% is not true. In other EU countries, it is not the same but it is also good to exaggerate selling more newspapers and magazines.

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