We’ve all heard of the term “sale-ability.” We know just how important of a term it is — understanding that if something doesn’t look like a winner, it probably won’t be. But when it comes to evaluating our own property and assets, it can be tough to toss the bias aside and truly understand our chances of selling… Read More »
It’s not really fair. Flippers these days get bad rap. Real estate flippers and speculators were accused of exacerbating the housing crisis in the late 2000s, and website flippers probably don’t sound a lot better to people with only the most casual of knowledge on the topic. But we here at WebsiteBroker.com not only recognize the importance of… Read More »
For some people, selling and negotiation come easy; haggling is a way of life and a part of everyday social interaction. For others, a more passive approach is far more comfortable – and they might even go out of their way to avoid negotiations whenever possible. They feel this way even if they want to handle negotiations for… Read More »
If you’ve ever bid on anything on the Internet, you know just how crucial this question can be. Scarf on eBay asking for $30? How low can you make an offer without offending the owner and almost certainly being outbid? Chair listed on Craigslist for $50? How low of an offer can you make while still being confident… Read More »
When we face difficult decisions in life and in business, we always look for it: a sign. We think that one hint this or that way will finally sway us, guide us to wisdom and discernment and lead us to greater glory and riches. At least, that’s the idea.
For some people, the answer to the question suggested by this article’s title is simple: if you haven’t sold your website yet, then the thing isn’t selling. But most of us are smart enough to realize that just because a site doesn’t sell in a week doesn’t mean it won’t sell at all. The real question, then, is… Read More »