When you search via Google you hit a variety of inactive and spam sites, one so treacherous that my browser advised me it was "malicious" in nature and desperately wanted to "harm my computer."
I visited a website entitled Blogs For Sale but there is no indication how old the blogs for sale are. Another site that sells "niche blogs" raised an eyebrow or two: "Domains not included and NO RESELL RIGHTS. These high quality niche blogs are for your private use. Refunds/Digital Downloads: All sales are FINAL and all charges from those sales are non-refundable. We have a NO REFUND POLICY..." So for $17 they sell the same niche blogs to everybody? I'll pass! You can check it out here but do do cautiously.
There are more blogs for sale, highly above that $17 mark at ebizbrokers.com - these do bear dates offered for sale. But unless you happen to be Purina, I doubt you'll be shelling out $3500 for a dog food blog.
I ran across one fellow who is looking to buy blogs that fit his personal specs:
* The website receives at least 10,000 monthly unique visitors, as tracked by Google Analytics.
* At least 70% of your visitors come from search engines.
* The website has unique content and is at least one year old.
* The website has its own .com, .net or .org domain.
Judging by the comments, it looks like this was posted back in May 2011. Contact info and more is HERE.
Darren Rowse offers some blog selling tips but be warned it's a 2007 post. That's like reading something from 1947 in analog years.
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