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Getting Max Value For My Site

Discussion in 'Site Flipping' started by Quality1, Oct 1, 2018.

  1. Quality1

    Quality1 Junior Member

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    About six months ago (Apr 2018) I decided to make a new website with some old digital products I'd created over the years.
    I would be giving them all away for free, in exchange social media follows and the users email address.
    I designed the website with SEO/growth in mind. No monetization, ads, etc.

    I am happy to say that my SEO work has paid off, including a #1 ranking for my main keyword.

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    I am no longer in the industry, and have no desire to get back into it. So while I am thrilled with the sites growth, I have no use for it personally. My intention was to sell it to someone else who's still in the industry, or someone who's thinking of getting into the industry. I intentionally kept the site non-descript so someone else's branding could easily be implemented.

    Because my site isn't monetized, I don't think I will get good value for it listing it on a site like Flippa.
    I don't think EmpireFlippers would accept my site at all as there's no income.
    I haven't found any "brokers" yet that I'm happy with either.

    Things To Consider
    Because my products are old, I doubt they'd sell very well if I stopped giving them away for free.
    I briefly tried content locking / CPA with OGads, but that was a disaster.

    If someone were to list their 2018 digital products on here, I could envision sales of $50-200/day with its current traffic.

    The site is very new (Apr 2018), with only the last 2 months having good rankings and traffic.
    And because I'm retarded, I only put my Google Analytics code in last week. I was going off Squarespace's analytics before.

    My site is a .net -- the .com version of my domain is listed for sale at $300,000 USD.
    No website, just the domain for $300k.

    My Plan So Far
    I have been back-and-forth on whether I should try to sell it now versus aging it for a while longer and showing consistent Google Analytics traffic.

    I have considered making a "this website is for sale" page on the site and buying FB ads for it that would be specifically targeted to the industry.
    I have also considered scraping emails of people in the industry and sending them a one-off email about my site being for sale.

    I have never sold a website like this before, so any and all feedback and advice would be appreciated!
    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. Jameson Ames

    Jameson Ames Junior Member

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    You should try googl which has many website domain worth valuing traffic and valuing your domain name. That would be a good place to start
     
  3. blogzandstuff

    blogzandstuff Elite Member

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    Your advice to everyone is use Google, maybe op has tried that already, several posts on here you say to use Google
     
  4. dev0x

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    put it on flippa for sell
     
  5. geekypeeky

    geekypeeky Junior Member

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    Reach out to the top sellers in digital product industry like JVZOO or Warrior PLUS you will get a good deal for sure :)