Hi guys, So last night I was pretty bored, had just sold quite a big site so thought I'd prove a point regarding DP being profitable for selling sites if you know what you're doing. Most people will say "oh Dp is shit" etc and for practically everything they would be right. Buying and selling sites, however, is both quick and inexpensive. I have never bought a site on Flippa, I always buy from DP. Okay so here's what I did: Bought a .com domain (don't buy anything else) relating to my niche Built a site really quickly selling a service relating to a tool you may have (preferably free). Nothing fancy, just with a contact us, testimonials, FAQ and sales page with built in cart (I used e-junkie). So if you have a tool that does article submissions, then offer that on the site as a service. Put an auction up on DP - I wrote a nice pitch about how important *insert niche software* is and how easy it is to sell as a service blah blah, how much money they can make blah blah. I put NO RESERVE in the title as that always gets the bidding going. Okay, so how did I make $200: Listed site for $1 start, $100 BIN and mentioned if they hit the BIN price I would do some blog commenting (I have scrapebox). Normally, the site would sell for about $20 on DP but because I offered an incentive to hit the BIN people are far more likely to bid. How long did it take to sell? 5 PM's and 4 seperate bidders later, it sold for the BIN of $100. Okay, so how did you make another $100? I sold them hosting Most people are too lazy to move site to a new host, so I referred them to my own hosting company (if you don't have reseller hosting, send them to a hosting affiliate (such as Hostgator) for a quick and easy $100. Simple as that. Site took me 30 mins to build, 10 minutes to list site and answer PM's and 20 minutes to setup and run scrapebox. I understand that a lot of you won't have all of the resources I mentioned, so twist it a bit. If you can't build sites yourself (I AM RUBBISH!) then outsource it for like $20. If you don't have scrapebox, offer them some free ebooks on SEO and marketing as an incentive. If you don't have some free software that you could sell as a service. This method isn't for you The moral of the story is that it is all about the upsell. Don't just think of a sale as just the cost of the site itself, sell them other services, sell them hosting, sell them anything - you never know, sometimes you get a client for life. So yeah, don't dismiss marketplaces just because the inital sale isn't as high as elsewhere - if you can upsell other services, you'll make just as much. Please don't PM me asking for my niche or anything like that because I won't tell you. This isn't a blueprint to copy, more inspiration to get you started and buck the trend of selling sites for 15 bucks. Good luck!