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How To Sell a Brand?

Discussion in 'Site Flipping' started by zenithblue, Mar 5, 2017.

  1. zenithblue

    zenithblue Registered Member

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    Hi there,
    I have a site (it's a shopify store) and it really doesn't make any money. It has pretty much no SEO done and gets no search traffic.

    Sounds pretty useless right?

    Well, no. What I do have is a list of 1600 subscribers, three facebook pages associated with the account totalling about 1765 for the branded FB page, 920 and 537 for the two niche related supporting sites. There are 1868 instagram followers. Each and every one of these likers are super engaged in the niche, and are REAL (they were collected through fb advertising campaigns).

    I have spent too much money on this niche and I just find it BORING. Where could I go to sell these assets?
     
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    Sometimes, you only get one opportunity to amaze. Cut through the mess making it count! Here three ways to develop an amazing one-line advantage statement:

    1. Make it psychological.
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    3. Use figures.
    Numbers express uniqueness. Look around you. News with figures control the planet. One has only to look at Buzzfeed to view the power of figures.

    Here are some samples of one-line advantage claims my learners and I have used with amazing achievements in the past:

    “The most flexible company system available.”
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  3. zenithblue

    zenithblue Registered Member

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    Yeah... This in no way answers any of my questions.
     
  4. Heisenberg

    Heisenberg Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    So basically you want to sell it and you made this post to potentionally hook someone into PMing you?
     
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  5. zenithblue

    zenithblue Registered Member

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    Well no not necessarily. I'm looking to see if there are any vendors that deal in this kind of thing. At this stage I'm looking at a valuation as to whether it's worth anything. I'm not 100% sure on selling it yet, but wanted to see if the peeps here had any info on how to go about it if that's the road I decided to go down.
     
  6. zenithblue

    zenithblue Registered Member

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    If anyone has any advice on this, do let me know. I think maybe I should try to contact those in the niche and see if they'd be interested?

    Thanks!