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    FP - How do you sell to end users?

    I have a credit site and I don't want to sell for webmaster prices. How do you sell for bigger prices?

    Any help is greatly appreciated

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    Re: How do you sell to end users?

    I guess the markup depends on what each niche will allow. On many of my apparel sites you can markup 15%, but on some Specialty sites markup is over 100%. Its all about what the people will pay, and where your competition set their prices too.

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    Re: How do you sell to end users?

    How would you go about selling it?

    Where should I focus?

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    Re: How do you sell to end users?

    Focus on all the POSITIVES your site has. Find everything about you site that is amazing, promote it. Then, sell the dream in the auction description. Many buyers have no idea of the potential like you know, so tell them all the possibilities that can come from the site.

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    There's a few interesting assumptions in this thread.

    ...sell the dream in the auction description. Many buyers have no idea of the potential...
    - that auctions are the place to find end users. There are other ways to go about it, such as websites/forums which list businesses for sale, even brokers if the site is of a high enough value.

    Here's a list of place where you can sell good quality websites:
    http://experienced-people.net/forums...uality-Website

    You can also do a bit of legwork to achieve your aim.
    http://experienced-people.net/forums...g-your-website

    - that selling a site means selling a dream. What savvy buyer wants to buy a dream rather than a business? This sounds more like trying to trap newbies than trying to sell a serious business.

    - that potential buyers will be glad of the seller pointing out the site's potential to them. Really? Read Myth 2 about valuing a website prior to sale.
    http://www.experienced-people.co.uk/...tion-myths.htm

    Somehow, it sounds rather too good to be true to imagine finding hordes of buyers who are willing to snap up sites because the seller has talked up all the positives. Unless, of course, we're talking about traps for the newbie again.
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