If you’re been in the Internet marketing business for more than a year or two, you’ve got lots of websites — more websites than you can comfortably promote.
All your sites are online properties, and just as with real properties, you can sell your sites. A site sale can bring in some quick cash, which you can invest into new ventures.
Flippa is the primary site-sales site, but there are many more.
Consider selling sites which:
* Are making a great income (sites which are real earners are highly sought-after);
* Sites which are making a small income (you won’t make as much for these);
* Sites you can’t monetize (someone else may be able to do it easily);
* Sites which are “mistakes” — you explored a niche, and decided that it wasn’t for you.