Web Property Investor has extensive experience with the following types of web properties:
- Amazon, Shopify, and other e-commerce marketplaces.
- Independent e-commerce websites.
- SaaS (Software as a Service)
- Content websites that make revenues from ad networks.
- Authority websites
Evaluating the buyer
Our main goal is to help you avoid buying a mistake.
For example, if you have only a basic understanding of digital technology and know nothing about coding, we will try to steer you away from buying a business that requires advanced skills. If you intend to hire someone to handle user questions and manage the website technology, we can help you find someone who is qualified.
There is no problem if you have no relevant skill-sets, or you are totally new to online business. We can recommend websites that will be easy for you to operate.
These are some of the skill-sets and capabilities we look for:
- How much time you have to manage the business.
- What digital skills do you have? What programming language?
- Can you create content? Do you write marketing copy? Can you design?
- Do you have experience in a specific industry that might be helpful?
- Do you have experience in digital marketing and SEO?
Evaluating your web business for sale
Every buyer is looking for current cash flow, growth potential, ease of operation, large traffic volume, good backlinks, and a reasonable likelihood that the business won’t be rendered obsolete by changes in fads or technology. For example, if you cover a niche such as selling old-fashion typewriters, someone will probably want to buy your business. However, if your revenues have been steadily declining because you are selling something nobody wants to buy, you might have problems finding a buyer.
Our job is to identify ways you can add value to your web business and prepare it for sale.