$5,000 BroadedNet Sales – Your share of the cake!

I successful sold broadedNet to a buyer on Flippa. Though that was 50% down from what I initially thought the value was, I was not worried giving it out to the current owner.

I admit I still have a lot to learn in site flipping. Though this is my fourth site I’m sellingย in 5 years,ย I have not taken site flipping a serious business.

The first site I ever sold was back in 2010. It was really a business in the dark. While it generated $400 in sales, it was such an excitement.

In 2012, I sold out EasyRetweet.com created in 2011. That went for $13,500 after making over $10,000 in credit and ad space sales.

In August of 2012, I started my first ever blog on emfastincome.com. I later on wanted a personal brand name and switched to my current blog enstinemuki.com. Emfastincome.com was sold for something around $2700.

All in all, it’s been an exciting experience, creating and selling sites. I consider myself a serial entrepreneur though I’m still bracing up ๐Ÿ˜‰

BroadedNet went for $5000

broadednet sales

I like that I can still colloborate with Praveen, the new owner. It was a smooth move over to him and he still allows me administrative access to the platform.

Recently, I have been talking with Preveen on how to keep going. One of the conclusions was to give out free credits to my readers. So I went ahead and generated this coupon code for up to 1500 free BroadedNet credits.

The code : CAKE

  • Go to BroadedNet and signup or signin
  • Click “Got Coupon Code?” on the right sidebar
  • Enter the code in the form field and continue

The next thing to do after grabbing the credits is to create campaigns.

New to BroadedNet?

I know some of my readers are new to this platform. It’s however a new generation traffic tool for bloggers. It generates referral traffic to your blog from other blogs through its widget on the sidebars.

I have written quite much about it on this blog. Here are some blog posts to check out for more;

BroadedNet is a tool to generate targeted traffic without search engines or social media. The traffic generated is real and adsense friendly.

Tell me what you think …

Drop a comment and let me know your thoughts. Hurry to the platform and start creating campaigns. Share this post on social media

12 thoughts on “$5,000 BroadedNet Sales – Your share of the cake!”

  1. Hello Muki, Great story man. Thanks for share with us. Really Iโ€™m thinking to do Blog Buy/Selling business. This is really motivate post for me. BTW, Iโ€™ve few questions to you.
    How you make the wroth of your blog and How many days/week/months you worked on this project? Would you please like to share and how you deal with the buyer?

  2. Hi enstinemuki,
    First of all congratulation for this sale, but I think it’s very cheep sale. you should charge about 10k$ for this website. My cousin sale a simple Sms website in 8k$.

    Any way thanks for sharing your experience with us.
    I have a question about my site. Can you please tell me my website that have entertainment Nich like Birthday Wishes and Wedding Anniversary wishes.
    I am receiving about 5k visitor/ day and my monthly income is about 400-450$.
    and totally visitor is coming from Google search engine. and Google index my post in just less than an hour.
    What should be my website worth?

    Areesha Noor!

  3. Get way to start flipping. I have also posted a website to the Flippa but not getting enough response. Would you like to share your experience of your website in order to help me out from my conditions too!

    Also, congratulation for your success in the flippa because you made good money too! ๐Ÿ˜€

  4. Very surprised you sold the site. Thought it was one of your babies. Might not have been big dollars, but if your satisfied with the price, that’s all that counts. ๐Ÿ™‚ And it sounds like your very happy with who the buyer is. That’s even better.

    I haven’t flipped sites in years. It can be a process that is for sure. And you never get what you want or had hoped for. Like 10 years ago, the market I was in was going down hill and so where my sites, so I decided to sell everything and enter a new model. Took some time and PLENTY of people that wanted to buy my sites for next to nothing. Was interesting.

    Some news as usual from Enstine ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. Hey Enstine,

    Congrats for the sale – great work. $5k, though far less compared to the real value of the site, is still quite a large amount.

    You are doing good with site flipping, but more than that – you are creating value through platforms that are useful for the bloggers.

    Am sure Praveen is going to take good care of BroadedNet and in time it will become a top source of blogging traffic.

    Keep rocking and thanks for the credits,

    regards,
    Uttoran Sen,

  6. Hello Enstine,

    Oh wow! I didn’t know EasyRetweet was yours. ๐Ÿ™‚

    And what I know that Broaded.Net is a success and was a successful business for you but I can sense that something great coming out (already) on your way which is going to hit the skies. I can really sense that! ๐Ÿ™‚

    Keep rockin’! And good luck for your future endeavors!

    ~ Adeel

  7. Honestly,I can say that Mr.Enstine Muki is my number one,talk of influencers.And no wonder the kind of followership he is getting from the blogging world.I know about Broadednet and Easyretweet.These arecgreat works !!.They have been giving me real human website traffic and exposure.
    More grease to your elbow,Enstine.

  8. Hello Muki, Great story man. Thanks for share with us. Really I’m thinking to do Blog Buy/Selling business. This is really motivate post for me. BTW, I’ve few questions to you.
    How you make the wroth of your blog and How many days/week/months you worked on this project? Would you please like to share and how you deal with the buyer?

    • Hi Tonmoy,

      Thanks for the engagement. Sincerely I don’t think I got the question. However, the number of days depend on the complexity of the project and how much time you put in it per day.

      We can chat more on fb ๐Ÿ˜‰

    • Don’t mean to butt in, but the worth or value of a site can be 6-18 months of income the site generates. Not a “rule”, but a guide many go by. And other features can make it worth more, not to mention your selling copy. Course, you’ll get many people that want to pay you 3 months income. Always be those people.

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