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    Best Place to find established websites for sale?

    Hi Guys,

    Well the title says it all. I am looking for another website to purchase, preferably something profitable and easy to maintain and manage. I was wondering if anyone knew of any websites for sale? Or any reliable places to search?

    Thanks

    Jonathan
    Pixelly - Full Mobile Application Development

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    take a look at sitepoint.

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    There are many webmasters who inflate how much their sites are actually making when it comes to the sale of their sites. So remember to ask lots of questions and demand proof where needed.

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    www.digitalpoint.com has a very active buy/sell/trade forum with many sites for sale, and like MikeWalczak said, www.sitepoint.com has a marketplace.

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    sitepoint.com/marketplace is the best for premium sites. DP is mostly smaller sites and turnkey

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    Hi Guys,

    Thank you so much for your great information.

    Regards

    Jonathan
    Pixelly - Full Mobile Application Development

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    Also if anyone has any offers i would be happy to hear from you

    Thank you

    Jonathan
    Pixelly - Full Mobile Application Development

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    As you are looking at accepting offers, moved to Other Hosting Related Requests.
    Problems are not stop signs, they are guidelines. - Robert H. Schuller

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    I find sitepoint.com/marketplace to be good.
    Although some sellers take a poetic licience when it comes to "established" websites.
    In my opinion Established means they have been around a while actually working and getting sales. Some sellers call set up as being established.

    cheers
    Ian

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    Quote Originally Posted by decor View Post
    I find sitepoint.com/marketplace to be good.
    Although some sellers take a poetic licience when it comes to "established" websites.
    In my opinion Established means they have been around a while actually working and getting sales. Some sellers call set up as being established.

    cheers
    Ian
    Not only that, but for me sometimes is hard to take jpegs as proof.

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    Yeah, I would also recommend sitepoint.

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    Yes, Sitepoint.com is prob the best around

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    Hi,

    Thanks for the great help guys i will look around on sitepoint.
    Pixelly - Full Mobile Application Development

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    Hi,

    I am really interested in purchasing a website thats offers software, SEO or a service of some kind, there doesnt seem to be many on sitepoint.

    Does anyone know of any websites like this for sale at the moment?

    Thanks for your great help

    Jonathan
    Pixelly - Full Mobile Application Development

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    Quote Originally Posted by Website-Architect View Post
    Hi,

    I am really interested in purchasing a website thats offers software, SEO or a service of some kind, there doesnt seem to be many on sitepoint.

    Does anyone know of any websites like this for sale at the moment?

    Thanks for your great help

    Jonathan

    Hey,

    I'm in a similar boat. I'm looking to invest in/buy an existing website making money, fully established and legit.

    Not easy I'm finding.


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