How Do You Set Your Domain at a Price That Will Sell?

It’s perhaps the top question that people selling domains always seem to ask last: what is the right price? Selling, after all, is a bit of an art form. And whether you’re selling an antique to a pawn shop or selling your company’s services to a high-end company, finding the right price match is integral to making sure… Read More »

Buyers: How You Can Capitalize on a Website’s Potential

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.

How To Calculate Your Website’s Value in Five Minutes

Just about everyone with a website has probably asked themselves this question sooner or later: if I sold this thing, what kind of money could I expect to make? Of course, listing your site for sale on a site like will tell you the whole story, because you’ll know what you can sell your site for in… Read More »

How to Make Money From a Blog

It was inevitable: as soon as people realized that you could build blogs, one of the first questions they asked was “Great…now how do I make money from this?” The Internet, of course, is full of opportunities in just about every niche and avenue you can think of. But if you want to monetize a blog properly –… Read More »

How To Use Contests to Promote Your Site

In online marketing, one of the oft-ignored strategies to create a buzz around your site is actually a bit old-fashioned. Some people might even consider it to be out of date. It’s the contest. While many online contests may seem corny or even tacky, you’d be surprised at just how effective they can be at driving traffic to… Read More »

The 5 Key Elements of a Successful Blog

For far too many people on the Internet, their “blog” reads more like a diary. They give their thoughts and opinions without actually considering the value they’re creating for their readers. Sometimes, this can be valuable, of course – if you don’t care about how many people visit your blog.