While this website is more about helping people learn how to build and profit from a website of their own, I know firsthand how intimidating that can be for a beginner. Starting from zero with nothing can make a lot of people simply turn away and never try.
If you want a little help to get your Internet marketing adventure going, buying a preexisting site can be a great way to start. Here is a list of some of my current sites I'd be OK with selling.
The prices of these sites represent not just their current earnings, but their age and other metrics as well. And, these are all built out sites, not only domains with thin content.
Top 100 Keywords
Average Monthly Earnings (USD)
Asking Price (USD)
*Metrics such as referring domains and keyword count are pulled from Ahrefs. Earnings are a rough rolling average estimate of the previous 3 months.
- Updated July 2017
There's absolutely nothing wrong with building your own website from scratch. In fact, I recommend it. It really helps you learn and understand all of the many parts that go into building and marketing an online business.
But as I said before, sometimes that is just too much to bite off at one time. Buying a website that's already up and running has a few advantages.
Here are some of them:
You can also have websites built for you if you have something specific in mind but don't want to go through the hassle of dealing with the content and design yourself.