I've got precisely zero experience selling websites, but as my business model is shifting I really need a lump sum of cash to fund some stuff.
So here's the deal...
My site only gets a TINY amount of traffic, and it's a product-specific niche site... I'm promoting a health-related Clickbank product.
I only get about 200 monthly visitors. :rolleyes: I know, right?
But the thing is, I'm earning nearly a dollar per visitor per month! This site has averaged $147 per month over the past 3 months, and has been making me money for well over a year now.
In fact, over the past 30 days, it's earned me over 200 bucks.
My question is... does the low traffic volume cancel out the healthy income, or is that not really relevant in this situation?
I've heard that product-specific sites generally sell for 6-8 times their monthly income. Is this about right?
Answers and suggestions of any kind are welcome and highly appreciated.