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8 Alternatives To Flippa To Sell And Purchase Websites

8 Alternatives To Flippa To Sell And Purchase Websites

Probably you have already heard of Flippa if you are familiar with online business. If not, it’s simply a marketplace for buying and selling websites, domain names and mobile apps.

Although it’s the biggest marketplace to sell your websites and apps, it may not be the best option for you at times. Listed below are some fresh new ways to get an awesome website for a kick-butt deal.

1. Sedo

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    To acquire a great website, you need an eye catching domain. With more than 2 million accounts from all over the world, the company claims that it stands alone as the world’s only global domain marketplace.

    Buyers and sellers are directly connected; making it easy to procure and sell your domain names. Different tools are provided by this platform, which includes domain appraisals and brokerage services, Sedo’s popular as a domain marketplace as well as transfer and escrow service.

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    2. Website Broker

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      Founded in 1997 by two California attorneys, Website Broker assists in buying and selling already existing websites. As one of the oldest and most established players in this field, you need not suspect its reliability.

      If you want to sell your site, offering a standard and premium listing, the platform provides more exposure to potential buyers depending on how you choose the plan. If you wish to sell a site of your own, simply login to the website and fill the form with basic information of your property. The information you provide will be automatically added to the growing listing of sites available for sale.

      3. BuySellWebsite

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        Targeting more on startup sites rather than established one, BuySellWebsite claims itself as one of the most trusted and most used places to buy and sell websites on the web. Founded in 2001, it is offering various services such as website appraisal, selling and buying startup as well as established websites.

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        As the website landing page clearly shows you the different blocks according to your requirements for buying and selling, you won’t get bored once you try it out.

        4. Dealasite

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          Established in 2006, Dealasite obviates the need of expensive brokers to get proper value of your assets; that can be websites, domain names as well as mobile apps. You can list your sites according to the categories listed on the home page.

          Although the landing page looks somehow clumsy, accessing a free service can mitigate your nuisance. This platform specifies different blocks on its landing page such as highest rated websites, most active, ending soon, and highest offers; making it easy to navigate to the desired location.

          5. Digital Point Forum

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            Digital Point, as the name suggests, is a place to buy and sell anything digital. The marketplace allows you to advertise anything virtually with CPM banner ads, CPM email ads, and CPC contextual links. Also, you can target the specific users based on the location. The pricing starts at just $1 per CPM or $0.10 per CPC. You can involve in the forum and can choose a specific topic for discussion, where your chance of finding a broker is highly escalated.

            With direct conversation with brokers, you can get a true value of your property if you wish to sell, or wouldn’t need to pay much if you wish to buy a website.

            6. Vineclick

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              Vineclick is an interesting new startup out of Kansas City that could be a perfect fit for many businesses needing an affordable and SEO friendly website. Along with building websites from scratch, Vineclick also builds prefabricated sites that can be customized to your colors, pictures, content and logo. They then customize the websites completely to your specifications then migrate the site onto your domain. They charge a couple of different ways, one being  a small monthly retainer to keep the site secured, up to date, and fresh. The other is an affordable flat rate.

              There concept is that anyone should be able to afford an expensive looking and sophisticated website. Vineclick also includes to their customers, free on page SEO, which some SEO companies charge thousands of dollars for. So for starting at a few dollars per month, you wouldn’t regret your decision choosing Vineclick at all.

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              7. Ebay

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                As Ebay is the world’s largest online marketplace; a place for buyers and sellers to come together and buy and sell almost everything, buying and selling a website is not an exception. While buying, you can filter the websites according to your requirements such as price, traffic flow etc. If you want to sell, either you choose to accept bids for your property, or to offer the buy it now option, which allows potential buyers to purchase the website at your fixed price.

                As it is the platform providing an online auction, the bidding opens at a price specified by the seller and remains there for certain number of days. The buyer with highest bid wins resulting in the maximum possible value of your web property. Hence, buying and selling in Ebay is easy and fun. Once you try it out, you won’t regret your decision.

                8. Warrior Forum

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                  As stated by the official website, Warrior Forum is the world’s largest internet marketing community and marketplace. You can get all the tips wandering around, where you can meet potential buyers as well as sellers. As there are discussions going on different threads, you can be involved by asking your query as per your requirements. Henceforth, there is a high chance of communication with website broker. You can open a discussion if you wish to buy or sell.

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                  As the community is highly active, getting instant response of your queries is not a big deal. Considering that most of the forums look messy, this one is an exception; providing a unique blend of old style with new design.

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