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Besides Flippa, wath else?

Discussion in 'Site Flipping' started by catherine77, Feb 18, 2010.

  1. catherine77

    catherine77 Junior Member

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    Besides Flippa, there is any other place good to sell websites?

    Please , not Digital Point...

    p.s- sorry for the error in the title.
     
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  2. meathead1234

    meathead1234 Moderator Staff Member Moderator Premium Member

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    DP is fine, the high number of idiots makes it easier to sell.

    Also try DNforum, Warrior Forum, Sedo, most domain registrars.

    Flippa IMO is the best by a mile though.
     
  3. superspiderman

    superspiderman BANNED BANNED

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    Yeah flippa is great, I cant believe it is an Australian Company based just up the road from me!
     
  4. regcleaner

    regcleaner Junior Member

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    so, is there no website beat flippa ?
     
  5. meathead1234

    meathead1234 Moderator Staff Member Moderator Premium Member

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    In a word, no
     
  6. thinkinghat

    thinkinghat Regular Member

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    any one tried selling on ebay? is it any good place to flipp..i never tried ebay ..what was your experience?:moony:
     
  7. superspiderman

    superspiderman BANNED BANNED

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    Have recently found http://www.faceflippa.com/
    I am flipping a few of my facebook fan pages on there
     
  8. judson

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    Flippa is bloody expensive for low cost sites though. Listing fees can easily get to $50 before bidding even begins, whether the site sells or not. Bloody expensive.
     
  9. meathead1234

    meathead1234 Moderator Staff Member Moderator Premium Member

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    True - I usually account for $52 (featuring, highlighting and listing) + success fees (so another $20 or so). Just means instead of selling for $197 I'll sell for $297 instead...
     
  10. Karlos

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    There is no marketplace as big as Flippa for websites if you're talking quantity of sales. If you're talking high-end sales, very few happen in Flippa, they happen in bizquest, businessesforsale, sunbeltnetwork and other business listing sites.

    Apart from Flippa, there's DP, and there are numerous other webmaster forums like V7N etc that are free. A simple Google search for "website selling forums" should lead you to them. But consider less conventional methods - try posting a page on your own site with a link from the homepage. Existing visitors may be interested ... and those who try Google for terms like "this website is for sale". There are also numerous website brokers who'll take your site on if it's a certain value.
     
  11. BusinessMachine

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    eBay is total crap when it comes to website sales, don't waste your time
     
  12. createrk

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    yes, ebay is total waste of time. There seems to be sellers sellling for $0.01 a website and god knows how they make profit. I guess signing up for their hosting. Neverthless total crap for selling established sites.