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Looking for help on buying a web site biz.

Web site biz. seem to be less work than traditional brick & morter, according to ads.How difficult are they really? Can anyone direct me to a reasource for info. on buying web site biz.. What are the things to look out for/ pitfalls. Any assistance would be helpful.

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Richard Parker (Richie)
Diomo Corporation
Business Buyer Advisor and Consultant
Broward County, FL

Dear Steve,

I wrote an article on this exact subject that is posted in the buyer resources section of this site at http://www.bizbuysell.com/guide/buyguide_16.htm . Also, if you want to read some other articles on the subject of buying an online business, visit our website at www.diomointernet.com

Richard Parker

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Apr 12, 2009
Eddie Holford
EnterEcom
President
Clackamas County, OR

What to look out for when buying a website business:

There are a number of website businesses that you can buy as you know. What you should look for is a product and service that is affordable to the small business owner. Since this group makes up the majority of businesses throughout the world. This should be your target market. You will have a tough time selling a $5,000 website to most small businesses today.

Your product needs to be a product that you can sell to the end user and make upfront income as well as significant residual income. The website industry also has changed to where the end user wants the ability to be able to manage thier own sites. So an easy to use content management system is critical to your success.

The product needs to have all the bells and whistles included. Otherwise your customer will eventually come across a system that has it all and you will no longer have a customer.

How do I know this? I own a the worlds easiest to use, most feature rich website building system on the internet and you need not know anything about programing to own your own website building company. Find out more by clicking here => http://enterecom.com/index.cfm?id=80525&fuseaction=browse&pageid=71

Apr 12, 2009

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