Where to sell my website?

by Zaney
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Hello everyone,

:confused: I am looking to sell my website/hobby business. Where is the best place to sell it?

thank you
#sell #website
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    • Profile picture of the author Zaney
      Originally Posted by Malcolm Thomas View Post

      Flippa, Warrior forum Web sites for sell, etc
      I wonder if anyone here would be interested, I will give it a shot on warrior forum first, to see if i can any interests.

      thanks. I forgot that warrior forum has a section for selling websites

      Thanks Again
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  • Profile picture of the author bloggerd
    I would suggest flippa an it seems to be the best one out there
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  • Profile picture of the author tomerep
    You can go share it at digitalpoint. A forum for all types of web development that allows you to post a site for sale as long as you have been a member for at least 14 days, do not have a reputation in the red and have a minimum of 25 posts throughout their boards.
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    • Profile picture of the author Zaney
      Originally Posted by tomerep View Post

      You can go share it at digitalpoint. A forum for all types of web development that allows you to post a site for sale as long as you have been a member for at least 14 days, do not have a reputation in the red and have a minimum of 25 posts throughout their boards.
      Unfortunately no i do not. But thank you for mentioning digital point
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  • Profile picture of the author YasirYar
    You can sell here at WF or you can try Flippa and Digital Point Forum.
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  • Profile picture of the author owenlee
    You can try selling it on Flippa...you will need to provide details of your site so that it could fetch a higher price
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  • Profile picture of the author MarkLee743
    You can try first in Warrior Forum then you try with Flippa.
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  • Profile picture of the author moneyman2010
    Another place to check out is ebay..
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  • Profile picture of the author CBGCash
    I would sell it right here in the WarriorForum. Some other options include Flippa, Digitalpoint Forum, and the new site called ForumSpecialOffers.
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  • Profile picture of the author mikelmraz
    There are a couple of places, such as in this forum, Flippa, DigitalPoint etc. Here are a few more places:

    Top 10 Places to Sell Your Websites Online | CashJournals of DylanC
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  • Profile picture of the author jessiem
    You can try Flippa.com, a very popular and good place to sell and buy websites.
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  • Profile picture of the author situ08
    I am also trying to sell my website.
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  • Profile picture of the author edhuu
    Go to flippa. I heard there are many buyers there
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  • Profile picture of the author ymest
    Well, I'd go for Flippa! Always heard good things about them! I think Sitepoint have a section too but I am not 100% sure!

    The Warrior Forum, maybe?

    It really depends on how your site is doing, whether you're making money, how old the domain is etc! So many variable and I think Flippa can help evaluate!

    I heard a while back that sites like yours sell-- if they've made a some money and that you're able to show it-- at 13 times the monthly figure! It's something like this but there again, I am not a specialist!

    I do remember seeing recently created sites with no sales going for pretty hefty sums! It had to do with the domain name and the unique content + some traffic!

    Good luck with everything!

    Yoan
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    • Profile picture of the author OLechat
      Originally Posted by ymest View Post

      Always heard good things about them! I think Sitepoint have a section too but I am not 100% sure!
      The SitePoint marketplace was spun out into Flippa in 2009.
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  • Profile picture of the author jgant
    How much does your site earn? If it earns $5K per month or more, contact a broker. That's what I would do. They have access to people who pay big bucks for quality sites. Brokers are only worth hiring if the sale price is high enough though because broker fees can be high.
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    • Profile picture of the author Zaney
      Originally Posted by jgant View Post

      How much does your site earn? If it earns $5K per month or more, contact a broker. That's what I would do. They have access to people who pay big bucks for quality sites. Brokers are only worth hiring if the sale price is high enough though because broker fees can be high.
      thanks , i did not know that. I will highly consider a broker for future sales
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  • Profile picture of the author CindyPink
    Go for Flippa. What makes Flippa stand out from the pack is their trust and verification features, like phone number verification and verified Google Analytics traffic stats, which helps boost average selling prices.
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    • Profile picture of the author jbyte
      Thought I would chime in here, I am staying far away from flippa now.
      I have bought a few sites there and have been burned on all of them. The support there doesn't really seem to care either.
      It is too easy to fake income screenshots.
      The only thing I got of value was a domain name I purchased there.
      It's too bad, because I like the idea of buying established websites.
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      • Profile picture of the author MrJonny
        Originally Posted by jbyte View Post

        Thought I would chime in here, I am staying far away from flippa now.
        I have bought a few sites there and have been burned on all of them. The support there doesn't really seem to care either.
        It is too easy to fake income screenshots.
        The only thing I got of value was a domain name I purchased there.
        It's too bad, because I like the idea of buying established websites.
        Are they verified income stats? Is the traffic as described?
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        • Profile picture of the author jbyte
          The income was not verified, the traffic was, but I didn't reach the same level of traffic on some of them as the previous owners did.
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      • Profile picture of the author Fredbou
        Originally Posted by jbyte View Post

        Thought I would chime in here, I am staying far away from flippa now.
        I have bought a few sites there and have been burned on all of them. The support there doesn't really seem to care either.
        It is too easy to fake income screenshots.
        The only thing I got of value was a domain name I purchased there.
        It's too bad, because I like the idea of buying established websites.
        Due diligence is very necessary with Flippa. I got burned in my early days there, but got a bit wiser. My best bargain so far was a site for $55 that has earned me close to $1000 in a few months. I have dumped a lot of sites I purchased but have kept those that have potential.
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      • Profile picture of the author w13
        Originally Posted by jbyte View Post

        Thought I would chime in here, I am staying far away from flippa now.
        I have bought a few sites there and have been burned on all of them. The support there doesn't really seem to care either.
        It is too easy to fake income screenshots.
        The only thing I got of value was a domain name I purchased there.
        It's too bad, because I like the idea of buying established websites.
        I agree with him.. Also there are many scammer buyer.. who just bid your auction but not really interested in your site and didn't pay your site.. And the flippa support was very bad..
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  • Profile picture of the author Joan Altz
    Digital Point is the last resort option, imo. It's a tough sell there.

    Flippa is good for selling autoblog sites and sometimes for established sites.

    Ultimately, you should sell to your own client base if you have one. That's always been my biggest sales for my traffic sites.
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  • Profile picture of the author jipolis7
    I think you can check the following link of warriorforum for some related information regarding this -

    http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...-websites.html

    Check this link out now.
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  • Profile picture of the author Zaney
    ok thanks guys for all your input
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  • Profile picture of the author riksworld
    Try to sell your website on warrior forum.
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    • Profile picture of the author Lynts
      Hey Guys, i just launched a new site called www.sitebidders.com almost exactly like Flippa but no success fees and while in beta posting is just $1 for the first 60 days, we are coming in with more features then Flippa.

      Now Flippa is great and you can get burned on the revenue streams, the thing is you can get burned on the warrior forum and on click bank, and on Craigslist.

      Also i am looking for a promoter for my new site if anyone knows someone that can get the word out.

      $1 come try me out. I'm excited because i just launched today
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  • Hi I would try listing on Afternic.com they list your domains on multiple site and are super easy to use. I am not 100% sure as I am brand new to this industry as well. I just recently spent a ton of money buying domain names to resell. I currently own these domains and was wondering if you could give me an idea of what they are worth. I currently have the domains listed on buydomains.com and a few other sites for $250 each because its the lowest I can list them for and I need some sales. If you could help me out with the value that would be great.

    These are the names:
    AdultRates.com
    Cassieco.com
    ActMatch.com
    AdviceBaby.com
    APlusGrades.com
    JobsCounty.com
    CanadianBilling.com
    CarrierFood.com
    CampOvers.com
    CaringU.com

    Thanks for your help
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  • Profile picture of the author raffman999
    Flippant is still the best place to sell despite frequent TOS changes.
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  • Profile picture of the author rred
    Flippa is the best place for buying and selling websites...
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  • Profile picture of the author goodfella22
    flippa as mentioned several times is probably the best place to sell your website
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  • Depending on how much money the site pulls in, you may want to go with a business broker that specializes in online businesses. For my more bigger money makers, I use Quiet Light rather than Flippa. They have huge mailing lists of people waiting for new businesses to come up for sale. The last site I sold with them, I received 3 offers and got my full asking price.
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  • Profile picture of the author PHILFEATH
    Hi I think Flippa and the warrior forum are both good choices but I think Flippa is the top one!
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  • Profile picture of the author akif
    never tried WF for website sale but i have used flippa and it gave me positive results.
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  • Profile picture of the author webproishere
    Flippa but they raised their prices !
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  • Profile picture of the author Faisal66
    Flippa..
    WF..
    DF...

    Make a short survey of them , and choose the one that suits you...
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  • Profile picture of the author Bobby Asburn
    As other warrior said, Flippa, Warrior forum and Digital Point forum would be great place for you.
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  • Profile picture of the author Demetrius
    Is there any free platform where I can sell my website?
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  • Profile picture of the author Tamer
    Flippa.com is the place to go!
    You can try DigitalPoint as well... but I don't hear as good feedbacks as flippa.

    Also I tried flippa myself (both as buyer & seller) and can't recommend them enough.
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    • Profile picture of the author walas87
      You can try in sellmywebsite.net

      Regards.
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  • Profile picture of the author jessiem
    Go for Flippa.com...
    Best
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  • Profile picture of the author Softsell1
    I had asked the same question yesterday but apparently my thread was deleted. I have a couple of sites that I need to sell asap.. one of which was created by none other than Kate Anderson here on the WF. I paid $500 for that one (on Flippa) and had some new graphics done and the ebook updated but I don't see how I can get my investment back unless someone who knows Kate and the quality of work she does buys it. Does anyone here have any ideas on the subject? I have to move this month and I honestly don't have the $25 at the moment to sell it on the WF or I might give it a shot, and I definitely don't want to go to Flippa because I'd have to list it as a new site because it isn't making sales or getting traffic. And btw.. they are having a half off sale today only on website listings.
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  • Profile picture of the author Gengis
    I sold a site on flippa last month I wasn't making much money at all with and had no time to grow it either cuz of other projects for $587. Give it a shot
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  • Profile picture of the author DubDubDubDot
    Flippa can be pretty good even for sites without much (or any) income. There's a lot of buyers on there that want to run a website, but don't want to endure the development process. Obviously without any income you'll have to maximize the bid potential by having a great design and quality content.
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  • Profile picture of the author Prayer Warrior
    Sites like Flippa, Digital Point & the Warrior Forum are great places to sell your site. You can also google something like "Where to sell websites online" (you get the point) & carefully review the results for other possible options besides the usual suspects.

    Regards,

    Ryan.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alex Mensah
    Originally Posted by Zaney View Post

    Hello everyone,

    :confused: I am looking to sell my website/hobby business. Where is the best place to sell it?

    thank you
    Fiverr.com
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  • Profile picture of the author furqanarshad
    buysellwebiste and flippa are on top for selling your website.
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  • Profile picture of the author brettb
    I tried selling a site on Flippa. I was pretty disappointed - the bidders were low quality and I didn't make my reserve. Also 75% of the emails I got were from timewasters who couldn't be bothered to read my auction details.

    I guess my mistake was to try and sell a site that didn't have a proven source of revenue.

    But if I was selling another site in the IM niche, I'd definitely try selling it on the WF first.
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  • Profile picture of the author mistibd
    Obviously Flippa.
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  • Profile picture of the author beasty513
    Anything dealing with the IM market the site could

    be sold here.

    You could try Flippa but don't get your hopes up....
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  • Profile picture of the author cyberzolo
    Digital point or Flippa but the listing fees are rediculous.
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  • Profile picture of the author kumarperiasamy
    i would suggest flippa, WF and ezeeaution are the best
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