I am really excited to announce to you that I just sold my first niche site for a whopping $600. It’s however small but, is a decent amount for me because the website is just about 3 months old.
This particular website – niche website 1 is in the bicycle industry where I talk about bike pump recommendations and buying guides. Though this niche seemed seasonal, could earn a decent amount monthly from Amazon associates.
My plan initially was to build the website and leave it for about 1 year when it completely gets out of the Google search sandbox so as to make up to $1000/month.
However, things were not going really fine with my bank and I had to raise funds to invest in my other niche websites so I had to let it go at a reasonable price.
For a website that hasn’t made a dime, yeah! It was a good catch. After a thorough consideration of the expenses, I made exactly 250% in profit for a 3 months old website.
The type of contents that are on this site is mainly two, informational content and buyer intent content. I have more informational content on the niche website 1 and point backlinks from these content to my money pages, the buyer intent topics precisely so that way, my affiliate content has a powerful and healthy backlink profile.
The Google search analytics of the website before I sold it
The domain authority of the website when I sold it
Below is a breakdown cost I spent on the website:
- How much in total, I spent on the website? I spent $133.05 on the site spreading across content, hosting inclusive.
- How many months old? 3 months old
- How much profit did I make? I made a profit of $467
So I have a plan and it is to accelerate my other niche website in the kitchen industry. I plan on investing exactly $261.78 into content and have fun with the remaining $205 😎… In the next 6 months, I will share my progress here with the Amazon earnings report. So let’s keep building!