The 5-Step SEO Checklist To Sell Your 6-Figure Website For Maximum Profits

The 5-Step SEO Checklist To Sell Your 6-Figure Website For Maximum Profits


Slow down on the link building.
Remember it’s a website’s profit that determines the sales price not not the revenue.
So slow down to the link building and maybe just go for cheap outreach links during
this point in time. We’ve taken the website. We audited it. We did the on-site SEO. We built the backlinks. Got all the number one rankings. Monetised the hell
out of it. Now, let’s talk about how to go for that flip. How to make as much money
as possible. Here’s your to-do list. So we’re gonna start with removing yourself
from everything. Try to take your SOP and make it as good as possible. You want to
be able to truthfully tell the new buyer that they don’t have to do shit when
they buy the website. Investors who are buying up the website these days
love this kind of stuff, and this is a nice thing to do. Queue up the next six
months of content. So the new buyer just knows they really don’t have to do
anything for quite some time. Then slow down on the link building. Remember, it’s
a website’s profit that determines the sales price. Not the revenue. So slow
down to the link building and maybe just go for cheap outreach links during this point in time. Utilise your email list to boost profit. So you built that email list. Email out a little bit more. Try to get more profit at the end and then
lastly, this is the most important, figure out the best time to sell. So what I like
to do is I like to use Google trends and I’ll toss in a niche that’s kind of
similar to mine, that’s had its lifetime before and I’ll try to predict how long
I could have. So we tossed in a similar niche. Let’s imagine you’re in the hoverboard niche before they went out of style. You throw in segways. So this other niche had a three year rise before it started to go out of style, and ours was about two and a half.
So we had a little bit of time, but it was about time to start packing things
up, and then after that, I recommend making a table like this. So what this is
gonna do, is it’s gonna try to predict your sales price. If things keep going the
same based on a 12-month average. So it basically looks at the last 12 months,
figure out the average profit, and then you multiply it by a multiplier to
figure out how much does it sell for.

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