Changes are coming in the website flipping world. Big changes. In fact, they’ve already began. A new WSO by Chris Yates reveals how three website flipping hurricanes are coming together to create the “perfect storm”…and how you can ethically cash in on these tectonic changes to reap $200 to $20,000 website flipping paydays with no money or experience. That’s right, it’s newbie friendly.
Sound impossible? It isn’t…
Today, completely by accident, I stumbled upon a little secret that will give you a 40% discount on your Flippa listing fee. It’s not a coupon code, it’s a special discount they offer to certain website sellers. Keep reading to find out how you can enjoy $17 listing fees instead of the usual $29.
So, you’re ready to build a website or perhaps you already have a site and are considering a domain name change. It’s pretty likely all the best names in your market have already been taken. Don’t worry, there’s still hope for you to find a quality domain name that’s still available. Simply follow the steps below to find a great domain name for your next website flip.
One of the keys to getting the highest price for a website when it comes time to sell is to find the right buyer. Once you’ve identified the right kind of buyer for your website, you can either contact them directly or go directly to the places your buyers typically shop for websites. Those are the places where it’s best to sell a website. This article and corresponding infographic aims to identify the options you have to sell your website and which might be the best fit for your particular case.
This simple technique can increase views to an auction page by 300%, but very few people actually use it.
Why? There is some work involved. Yep, anything worth doing that creates amazing results typically requires a little work.
In this case, it’s a Press Release. Don’t go running off just yet. Although the use of press releases has been widely talked about and recommended by many online marketing experts for years, there is still a hesitation by many to use them.
The reason for the hesitation is simply that a press release requires the work of writing the content and a small fee to get circulated. However, the fees of press release options have come down a lot over the years. I recall paying more than $750 for one press release almost ten years ago and with a lot less exposure than it would get now.
Are you considering selling your website and would like to know how to value the site? Perhaps someone has approached you and offered to buy your site. Maybe the idea of cashing out on your website for a lump sum appeals to you. Whatever your motivation is for selling, you need to know what price tag to put on it. That’s what this post is all about.
8 Things That Add Value to a Website
The first step to understanding how to value your site is to put yourself in the shoes of your potential buyer. Why are they interested in your site to begin with? More than likely it’s for one or more of the following reasons: