Niche Flipper Review – Is it a Scam?

Niche Flipper

Niche Flipper Review – Trusted or Busted?

Name: Niche Flipper

Website: http://www.nicheflipper.com

Price: $7 trial, $27 one time fee

Owners: Rene Gonzalez

This Niche Flipper Review will cover the product as a whole. I do not generally recommend products over programs. I will make the distinction within the review. I chose to try out Niche Flipper because it’s a unique concept that I was sincerely interested in. Was I ultimately disappointed? Read on!

Program Overview

As the name suggests, Niche Flipper is meant to teach you how to find or create a profitable niche website and sell it for more money. There is a lot more to this program than just that. In fact, it’s more about learning the process of Affiliate Marketing than actually selling sites.

Niche Flipper’s information comes in the form of an 8 part video series. These videos are very well done. The quality surpasses most all other videos I’ve seen in this niche. All of the instructions come straight from Rene Gonzalez, the owner, which is a nice touch. By doing this he establishes more trust with his users.

Rene in His PJs

Rene in his PJs. How appropriate!

Rene is an expert in what he is teaching. His information is rock solid. I am actually in a position to implement some of what I’ve learned from this product. Something you need to know before you purchase this is the fact that it is a product and not a program. What is the difference? I’m glad you asked!

Purchasing a Product Vs. Subscribing to a Program

For most consumers, the biggest difference between a product and a program is the price. With a product you will pay a one time payment and with a program you will pay a monthly payment for your membership. In terms of financial investment, a product sounds like the better deal. This is not the case with Internet Marketing.

The Internet is a fickle beast. Google basically owns the market and they are constantly updating their algorithm so that they may deliver the best results possible to their users. In order to succeed with Internet Marketing, you have to rank in the Search Engine Result Pages (SERPs). If you do not rank in the SERPs, you’re content will not be seen and you will not make money. It is important to stay on top of what it takes to rank or you may wake up one day to find your site has drastically dropped in the rankings.

This is what sets a program above a product. With a product you are limited to the information that was available at the time of it’s creation. Depending on the age of the product, the information within may have become outdated and even detrimental to your site. With a program, that you subscribe to, the information is constantly updated. You will never be out of the loop and your site health will never suffer.

With a product, you are limited to the videos for help. Once you’ve completed a series of videos, that’s it. If you are confused about anything, you cannot ask questions for clarification. With a good program you will have a community of fellow entrepreneurs that you can ask questions of. Networking is of tremendous importance when it comes to Internet Marketing.

All in all, a program is a better investment of your time and money than a product. However, Niche Flipper is one of the exceptions because Rene has kept his product updated and gives his personal email for you to ask questions of him. Kudos to him!

The Sales Page

I really liked the fact that Rene tells you what you will be doing right on the sales page. He gives you a step by step breakdown of the entire program. This tells me that his product is legitimate. A lot of programs just try to sell you on the dream without explaining the work that you will have to do to achieve it.

Don’t get me wrong. The first half of the sales page is exactly what I’ve just described. Rene promises you riches and flaunts pictures of himself with expensive cars and houses. This is a ridiculous sales tactic usually implemented by scams. As consumers we see pictures like this and think, “Gee, I’d sure like a car like that. I’ll buy this product!” This is called selling the dream and not the product. We become so mesmerized by the idea of making money that we forget to look at what it actually takes to make it.

Selling the DreamThe truth is, making money online is a lot of work. It can be done, but it’s not going to happen overnight. It’s still work! You can’t do nothing all day and expect to make money.

I do not like the fact that Rene shows these flashy pictures to try to trick consumers into purchasing his product. Since he goes on to outline his entire program, I can forgive him.

The Video Series (What’s Covered?)

The 8 part video series is very well done and the information within is solid! I really enjoyed these videos, but I’m a nerd like that. The videos are split into four parts that cover:

  • Choosing a niche
  • Identifying profitable markets
  • Locating markets with little competition
  • Analyzing competitors
  • Creating Products
  • How to outsource work
  • Getting Affiliates to promote your site

Pros and Cons


  • It’s only $27, and it is worth a lot more than that.
  • It teaches you multiple ways to make money online.
  • Very professional presentation.
  • The videos are great!
  • This product isn’t outdated.


  • You are taught to promote ClickBank products. Most ClickBank products are terrible.
  • This product is not great for beginners. A lot of the information presented is not easily understood if you don’t have some experience working online.
  • Some of the things he teaches, like how to outsource work, will require you to spend more money.
  • The scammy pictures.
  • It’s a product and not a program. There is no community!

The Final Word…


Niche Flipper is one of the better products that I’ve seen. I couldn’t find anything dishonest or scammy about it! Plus it’s cheap! I wouldn’t recommend it to beginners but if you want to polish any preexisting knowledge you may have, regarding Internet Marketing, this is a great product to use!

However, I do not like to recommend products over programs. Once you finish the video series you will not be able to ask questions and get answers. Asking questions and getting answers is the best way to learn. It allows you to set your own speed, and receive immediate assistance when you get stuck. There are some good programs with good communities out there, but one program stands above them all.

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Do you have any questions or feedback regarding Niche Flipper? Leave it in a comment below and I will be sure to get back to you!

Derek Rees

I am the owner of Pajamas and Tie. After years of being scammed, I've taken it upon myself to expose these schemes and let the legitimate programs shine through. You can find me on my site or hanging out over at Wealthy Affiliate.


  1. hi Derek
    I had no idea one could buy a product rather than subscribe to a program in the world of internet marketing. You seem to give Niche Flipper a fair review as I agree that the ability to ask questions and get answers is crucial to succeeding. I guess I am just unsure of why someone would want to buy a niche, build it, create it then sell it though

    • Hello Emily,

      It’s the same concept as flipping a car or house. You buy it for cheap, fix it up, and sell it for a profit. I hope that helps!


  2. Hey Derek – thanks for the thorough and honest review of Niche Flipper. I saw this product and was wondering if it was a scam or not. Those flashy pictures were off putting for me but I may give it a go as it’s not too pricey.

    You make some great points about the difference between a product and a program and which is better for plying your trade in the internet game.

    • Thank you for the feedback Nate! A program is more worthy of your investment but if you can make it work, more power to you! How are you liking Niche Flipper so far?


  3. I am very new to this industry, so I was unaware that you could do this. I find the idea of flipping a website genius. I am more interested in revenue streams but seeing as I am already in a good financial position, this is something I would consider.

    Thank you for the review!

    • Hello Rhyse,

      If you are already in a good financial place, than you shouldn’t be considering flipping websites. Keep your revenue streams in place and invest in additional projects using that money. That’s just my two cents.


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