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where can I sell my movie Site?

Discussion in 'Site Flipping' started by celenco, Jul 20, 2010.

  1. celenco

    celenco Newbie

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    I have a movie site and I want to sell it but not sure where I can.
     
  2. Under_Viking

    Under_Viking Newbie

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    Movies in streaming?
     
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    A_Tjuh Regular Member

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  4. PinkPanther

    PinkPanther Newbie

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    flippa
    buysellwebsite
    websitebroker
    webhostingtalk
    digitalpoint
    geekvillage
    webmaster-talk
    dnforum
    craigslist
    ebay
    loot

    Thats just a starter.
    I could go on all day.
    It does depend on how much traffic you get, what site earns etc etc as to where the best place to sell it would be.

    That is something you will know when you look at the sites above & other similar sites. If something similar is on the market or has recently finished & fetched an ok price then that would be a good place to try.

    Most forums have a buy/sell section also. So a forum that you participate at might be ok too.
     
  5. fhassan

    fhassan Junior Member

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    this link says movie site can't be list or sell on flippa. is there any secret way to??
    https://flippa.com/help/forbidden-copyright-material
     
  6. bryanon

    bryanon Executive VIP Premium Member

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    No, there's not. You can list it (and pay the fees) but the auction will be taken down as soon as someone from Flippa sees it. The people who suggested Flippa clearly don't have a clue what they're talking about - something you'll run into quite often on forums.

    My suggestion is to either look towards other popular channels (DP, Craigslist, etc.) or contact a professional broker in case your site makes more than a few grand per month.
     
  7. greenleaf4u

    greenleaf4u BANNED BANNED

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    flippa is good, and there are many sites who sell..