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Can I Buy Your Website?

Can I Buy Your Website?

I'm in the mood to buy something.

And I was hoping that something could be your website if it's the right fit.

I'll keep this brief today. I've been building, buying, and selling websites for the past 10 years.  In fact, I just sold an Amazon FBA business last month which gives me a little extra capital to invest.  

If you are looking to sell your website without having to go through a broker, I'm looking for sites making between $5,000 to $10,000 a month.  I might have some wiggle room slightly above or below that revenue amount per month, but in general I'm looking for sites making at least $5,000 a month.

The ideal site would be a content website monetized with Amazon associates, Google Adsense, or some other form of affiliate offers.  However, I'm open to all options, so if you have a unique website making money, let me know.

If you are interested in discussing selling your website, please fill out the form below. 

I will contact you within 24 hours and we can discuss things further either via email or Skype.  Let's start the conversation. Thanks!


4 Comments for this Post

  1. Lewis



    I’ve a website making average 381 USD per month (average of last 12 months) with around 6500 sessions monthly (average of last 12 months). The revenues comes from Amazon affiliate, shareAsale, eBay and private affiliate programs.

    80% traffic is from the US but I don’t live in the US. I don’t have the budget to open an amazon fba business in the US but my niche website would be ideal for this.

    Can I fill your form ?



    • Spencer Haws

      Spencer Haws

      Yes. Although it’s not making as much as I’d like, I’m still considering all options.

  2. Tim Tullman

    Tim Tullman

    Hi Spencer,

    Long time follower of Nice Pursuits. While I don’t have any sites that meet your criteria, I do have an blog post suggestion.

    For months now I’ve been outranked by several sites who use PBNs although I have more content and better quality content than the sites who are using PBNs.

    I’ve always steered away from PBNs after reading about your experience but I’m beginning to wonder when Google is actually going to start cracking down on a large scale. PBNs for the most part still seem to work very well. I’m hoping that the day will come and I will be rewarded for not participating, but it’s been several years now and nothings happening.

    An interesting read would be how do you go about outranking your competitors who use PBNs? Or perhaps you can reference some info on the topic?

    Thanks in advance.

    Tim Tullman


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