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Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by catherine77, Jul 5, 2009.

  1. catherine77

    catherine77 Junior Member

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    Hello,

    can anyone tell me what´s the best places to sell a website ( without getting scammed)?

    And how much should I ask for it? It´s a PR3 website, with 3 months age, Hotel Niche related. I make around 20$ a month right now with this site.

    thanks

    Cat
     
  2. mirrorer

    mirrorer Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    flippa.com you can sell it up to 200$ i belive
     
  3. kobees home

    kobees home Registered Member

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    not experienced in this area, but i always thought it was sitepoint
     
  4. r00t

    r00t Regular Member

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    Why do you say that?
    Actually I think it's better
     
  5. r00t

    r00t Regular Member

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    I've sold websites on sitepoint, and I'm listing another in flippa.
    What's wrong with it?
     
  6. jadsn

    jadsn Regular Member

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    always used sitepoint myself. never heard of the other site, but I think sitepoint would be better for your site. People there would buy almost any site based on just PR.

    Search at the sitepoint site for a site similar to yours, and watch how much it sells for to get an idea of price
     
  7. catherine77

    catherine77 Junior Member

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    I will try to sell it in Sitepoint.
    A friend of mine told me not to sell yet,and to register at sponsored reviews, and try to sell some reviews before actually sell th site. What do you think?
     
  8. catherine77

    catherine77 Junior Member

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    Humm... Sitepoint has a problem, 19$ for listing
    Does anyone knows other good places to sell websites?
     
  9. nextgenseo

    nextgenseo Registered Member

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    Sitepoint ask for listing fee but since you are looking for reputed marketplace. sitepoint is best ! !. By the way would you like to share website details like URL, screenshots from google analytic and adsense?.

    Thanks.
     
  10. noserver

    noserver Newbie

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    well done, sell any kind website include domain is better, BUT is hard to get buyers:)
     
  11. coolkid123

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    SitePoint And DigitalPoint You Can Flip Sites Plus Look Outside The Box You Can Build Like A List Of Peeps Looking To Buy Websites And Sell Sites To Them And You'll Have More Long Term etc etc
     
  12. catherine77

    catherine77 Junior Member

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    Pm if you want to know the site

    The site has a PR3, and has only 2 months. Has a great layout but very little traffic(hotel Niche- too much competition).

    Do you think that I can get 200$ for the site? ( I made the site very fast, and get PR3 easly, if there people who buy sites like that for 200$, I think that I will do one site everyday.

    Tell me your experience flipping websites.
     
  13. ericshan777

    ericshan777 Registered Member

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    I tried flippa a few days ago.. it was a pretty nice experience actually, especially because everything starts from zero, ratings from sitepoint marketplace are not carrying over to flippa, so its a very good time to start building your rep now there...
     
  14. gatez

    gatez Newbie

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    i dont understand $19 plus 5%?

    i used sitepoint lots but flippa seems to be the new thing has anyone ever sold a site on there?
     
  15. steveo536

    steveo536 Registered Member

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    personally i've only had private sales with parties that i trust, but if i had to sell a site to a third party i didn't know much about i'de most likely do the sale sitepoint. A lot of high quality sites are sold there and there's also a large userbase so you're site will have a better chance of finding a buyer
     
  16. ericshan777

    ericshan777 Registered Member

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    hey steveo, can you explain more with the private sales that you are talking about? or can you refer me to 1? thanks
     
  17. portugalkix

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    Digitalpoint.

    I sold many websites there.