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Empire Flippers

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Empire Flippers
Type of site
Wilmington, Delaware
Key peopleJustin Cooke, CMO
Joseph Magnotti ,CEO
Native client(s) oniOS, Android, Windows

Empire Flippers is a marketplace for buying and selling online businesses.[1][2][3][4][5] The company is based in Wilmington, Delaware.[6]


Empire Flippers was founded by Justin Cooke and Joseph Magnotti in 2011.[7] By 2017, it had traded more than $50 million in websites, SaaS products, e-commerce stores and drop shipping businesses.[2]

Business model[edit]

The company makes money primarily through brokerage, website listing fees and Investor Program.[8][9]


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  4. "4 ecommerce-related businesses to start right now". Practical Ecommerce. 2018-07-05. Retrieved 2019-05-01.
  5. Muller, Chris (2019-02-04). "Why Buying an Online Business Could be a Good Investment". The Dough Roller. Retrieved 2019-05-01.
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  7. Contributor. "14 super-busy startup founders share their single best productivity tip". Business Insider. Retrieved 2019-05-01.
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