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What's the best way to sell sites w/ organic traffic but zero income?

Discussion in 'Site Flipping' started by florflor, Oct 20, 2012.

  1. florflor

    florflor Senior Member

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    Story of my IM life is that I do my sites (too many) white hat, I write well but my ability to convert totally sucks.

    Now I have a handful of sites each getting maybe 30 to 50 uniques per day. Each has some banners but I've done little testing and so minimal, practically zero income.

    And yet I know these are not worthless because they are aged, 100% white hat (not tarnished in any way) and have above average quality.

    Now what do you think I should do? I know that people are going to offer me 50 bucks for each one which I will instantly reject. Is there any alternative? Can I get better value for this?

    And before anyone accuses me of selling in this thread, you should know that I won't sell sites here, I prefer to preserve my identity and sell via other channels e.g. flippa and even <gulp> WF.
     
  2. ezpay4me

    ezpay4me Newbie

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    you definitly try selling them on flippa, i know many experts on conversion's that will pay good money for your sites. And if you don't have a budget you can try selling them on DP forum.

    hope this helps
    best regards,
     
  3. Karlos

    Karlos Junior Member

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    You can definitely TRY selling them on Flippa, but most sites on Flippa don't sell! (Unless you're going by Flippa's fake homepage boast of a 50% success rate). You'll also have to pay a minimum of $29 per listing.

    The best way to get the highest price on these would be to independently root out those who are most likely to gain from buying these domains. Competitors, for example.
     
  4. kvmcable

    kvmcable Supreme Member

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    @ Karlos - now might be a good time to read the forum rules with focus on rule 3.3. I have nothing against EP and enjoy reading threads once in a while but rules are rules. I like knowing people are participating for the sake of benefiting the community and not just posting comments to drop signposts.

    BR
     
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  5. WeavingThoughts

    WeavingThoughts Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Practically, it will sell for less than the development cost.
     
  6. bonefish

    bonefish Registered Member

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    you have a PM from me.
     
  7. mikeldeking

    mikeldeking Newbie

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    I heavily agree with WeavingThoughts!
     
  8. Techxan

    Techxan Elite Member

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    Rule 3.3 is

    Help me understand what was wrong with his post?
     
  9. Ronnie9200

    Ronnie9200 Junior Member

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    Please PM me the details on your site. I might be interested in it. I'd like to know what KW's it ranks for, and what the daily traffic is? How long has it been ranking?