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    web sites

    I have some web sites I bought from Stores on Line and I need to sell them does anyone know where I would go to sell these?

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    Hey Saundra and welcome to SPF!
    You can use SitePoint's Marketplace:
    http://www.sitepoint.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=49
    CHoose the right category for your sites (Turnkey, established...)
    Read the FAQs there
    Good luck

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    thank you

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    you can also sell it from free classified ads! try to post it at craigslist.org ...

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    when I go to the marketplace do I need to purchase market credits to be able to post my ad

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    Yeah, I think you need to purchase some credits to use the Marketplace. But I'm not 100% sure, so please don't quote me on that.

    Off Topic:

    Why does the name Stores Online ring a bell for me? Are they the ones behind most of those "Internet Marketing Conferences" I get in the mail (and even had the "pleasure" of "attending" one time) every few months?
    Let's say that "sabotaging it" was too nice a term - I wasn't asked to leave, but I couldn't stay afterwords either, apparently having a Web designer among the crowd was bad for their business model.


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