Archive for the ‘Website Buyers’ Category


Friday, March 16th, 2012

It’s no secret that the more a website has under its control, the higher it will generally cost. This is the case for businesses and properties all across the world: the more value an entity controls, the more valuable the entity is. But is this a universal principle or simply an adage that is right some of the time? (more…)

Wednesday, January 4th, 2012

Buying and selling domain names have become so commonplace that we might even venture to call it “easy.” That’s a good thing for us, since we are, but for some buyers and sellers of domains, this ease of use does come with a small caveat: when something becomes too easy, it’s tempting to not pay too much attention to the process. (more…)

Monday, December 5th, 2011

Selling things online is easy – and sometimes, it’s a little too easy. How can it be too easy? Consider this: a lot of people try to sell items on sites like Craigslist or eBay only to be ultimately swindled in the end. There are a lot of trustworthy people on the Internet, but not everyone on the Internet is trustworthy. (more…)

Tuesday, August 23rd, 2011

So you’ve just purchased a website on and you’re eager to increase revenues right away. Good work! We applaud your initiative and vision. But without the knowledge to make a miracle turnaround happen, you’ll be stuck where you started.

That’s why it’s important to learn the secrets to boosting revenue if you want your site to start taking off and becoming more profitable than ever. One of the best ways to boost revenue, of course, is to increase revenue from advertisements. But doing so is not as simple as one trick or magical technique; it takes a full, comprehensive approach. Without further ado, let’s explore the secrets of boosting ad revenue quickly. (more…)

Friday, August 12th, 2011

We at WebsiteBroker spend a lot of time focusing on the domain sellers, and rightly so. Domain sellers are here to make serious money, and in many cases they can use some good tips to ensure that they do.

But every domain transaction is a two-way street: without the buyer, there’s no money to be made. (more…)

Friday, June 17th, 2011

If we lived in an ideal world, then knowing when your website should be sold would be as obvious as a slap in the face. But things aren’t always so cut and dry, especially for someone who doesn’t have a lot of experience in buying and selling websites. But as you learn more and more about domains, you begin to recognize signs and indications about the right time to sell. (more…)

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