Discussion in 'Site Flipping' started by Swifty, Apr 11, 2013.
I own onesies.org.uk 90k exact per month, should I sell or make the site?
There's potential there
Look at all the onesies talk on netmums and use the info to beef up the site and traffic
Definitely, make it and sell it
Make it and make some money from it.Then sell it!
Make It then Sell
Thanks guys, making the site now, will report back in a few months to show you what rankings I got.
So I have now made a small site on the page, more content andsome back links are on the way
what do you think?
You're Advertiser sucks, his Banner isn't clickable.
Big mistake that you have revealed your domain, niche and traffic.
Try to sell the domain for a big sum. If you are not successful, then make a site. However, ranking might be tough
I'll speak as a user as im not an seo expert like many round here.
I like the color scheme and styling (but not the background) and I think the content is a good start
imo content needs a little of the personal touch added, as it feels generic and not very NOW...some fun angle perhaps with scraped onesies FB/Instapics to break up the wording in the subpages
i also think the articles are little long and could be broken up into smaller themed articles, eg celebs, fashion, love/hate them, hot or not/would you still...?)
Again, theres plenty of attitude on the mums forums, or recent news like this, which has similar content to your
As to layout, repeat the call to action lower down the page and move the social higher up above the fold/under the call on the right column.
hope its some use
I've never understood the buzz about these clothes but I'm sure if you can make it look really professional and attractive then you could sell it for a very nice sum. Good luck.
Just a update for you guys, I have now got the site on the first page of Google for the main keyword. 40k exact.
i dont like black box with "
Get A Free Onesie
The onesie. A one-piece garment for sweet babies that is so cute it can make even the grumpiest of disinterested uncles coo. My 6-month-old niece has a closet few of these precious outfits, all in pleasing pastels. Or a one-piece romper suit for adults. Huh? Yes, the Daily Mail reports that the onesie is no longer an ..."
make it more transparent , it t just dosent fit good with the rest of the site
you have too much white spece right of your logo
the design has been updated, content now please see OP for link
Website Is Good....
But I think you should change the footer color,
switch something to like light color or change the font color of copyright and onesies store
my 2 cents.
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