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asentongo asentongo is offline
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Website Sale

I have started a new business venture and no longer have time to run my dating website.

I dont want to advertise but I was wondering if anyone knows the best place to sell a website. You can respond here or email me on asentongo @ hotmail . com

I would like to avoid advertising the site on websites where I will have to pay.

Thanks Guys
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Sitepoint.com is THE best place to sell your site.
Also places like WebDev, but I'd try a sitepoint sale first.
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asentongo asentongo is offline
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Thanks I will check it out
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No problem.
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TheseWordsAreMyOwN TheseWordsAreMyOwN is offline
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Looks like a good place to sell your website. Never seen this site before until now - appears to lots of people and plenty of liquidity.
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www.sedo.com is another place, lots of traffic through there...
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www.digitalpoint.com the forums on there but you have to have 25 posts to sell anything.
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Depending on your site and its content, Ebay may be an option for a lower priced sale, however there does seem to be a lot of Rogue sites on there which may affect your credibility.

If the site has a substantial income and you can prove this, maybe Daltons might be the best way to go.

In either case you'll have to pay but the amount is often close to pennies.
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Thank you to everyone for all your advice and posts.

You are right about ebay advertising; credibility is affected but I will try all the other options.

Regards.
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