Are you looking for webmarket places to buy or sell websites or blog-posts? Here a review of the most known webmarket places which worth to have a look.
ProBlogger.net is read on a daily basis by around 5000 readers per day via the main site plus another 8000+ via it’s RSS feed. Most of our readers are bloggers and almost all of them are actively searching for information on how to earn a living from blogs. ProBlogger readers range from the beginner blogger looking to start their first blog (undiscovered raw talent) through to the more experienced blogger with years of experience. No matter what you’re looking for, you’re sure to find someone that fits the bill among our readers.
WF board is that it gives you a chance to interact directly with content marketers. These people always have a need for fresh articles, and the true professionals know how much a good article can be worth (which means no writing for a few bucks per article…).
By putting up a listing here (or by responding to posts in the Warrior Forum “Wanted” board), you’re putting yourself directly in front of the content marketers, increasing your odds of finding online freelance writing work that pays.
Each time you post or bump a Warrior Forum WSO, it will cost you $40. If you can make a couple of sales from each thread bump, the Special Offers Forum can be a very profitable place to advertise. On the other hand, if you do not get any sales from a WSO, it can persuade you from posting again in the future.
The time you post or bump your Warrior Forum WSO can have a huge impact on the amount of exposure your special offer thread will receive. When you carefully select a time to bump your forum thread, you can easily get two or three times as much exposure.
Thanks to the online text editor (similar to those on your computer) you can easily submit and publish your articles to Ghostbloggers.net. What is more, your text will automatically be converted to web-code, allowing buyers to add your article to their own site in a couple of clicks.
The copyright-control system scours the entire Internet for duplicate or stolen content. On top of this initial verification, our fleet of moderators will check your article for mistakes and will provide you with feedback when your article has been approved or denied. After approval, clients will be able to purchase it directly on the GhostBloggers platform.
Flippa is a web service that acts as an online marketplace for buying and selling entire websites. The site is not new, it is actually redesigned and renamed version of a well known website auction section on a SitePoint.com
You have to be registered before you can buy or sell websites. While buying, searching and browsing website listings are open to everyone, fees apply to selling websites. Users may browse website listings by categories such as featured listings, latest auctions, latest private sales, ending soon and just sold.
This is a project that was started back in July 2010. It has since grown very fast and has many buyers and sellers alike.
The marketplace has become fairly busy with new sellers listing their websites for sale as well many new buyers have entered and bought websites as well.
Since the start of this project they have not charged anything for the listings. All listings have been free of charge unless the user wants to upgrade their listing to be bold or highlighted.
There is also a paid option for the user to bump their sale back to the top for a small fee. We have sold a few of these here and there.
WebSiteBroker.com is a service that specializes in listing complete websites for sale, and each website has a complete overview along with statistics and other information making it easier to make an educated decision. The site also has a tab to switch from websites for sale to domain-only listings.
Listings can be sorted by price, daily traffic and a variety of other criteria. The site also offers a guide to valuing websites, along with a resources section that provides links to many useful resources related to domain names.