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    Thumbs up ProxB Under New Management

    Hello,
    Yesterday evening I've sold ProxB.Com. There was some interest from a bidder, because ProxB was on the first page for keywords like Proxy Sites and School Proxies.

    The amount of money I received for it, is a secret number -- I know it's a big mistake I made though ProxB was actually great now with the great positions in Google but heck, sold is sold

    Hopefully the new owner will do a lot of good with it! I wish you a lot of luck with the list!
    |Nico Lawsons

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    Aquarezz

    Congratulations, yet I will miss your valuable contributions to the proxy community!

    Good Luck
    Habaku

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    Quote Originally Posted by Habaku View Post
    Congratulations, yet I will miss your valuable contributions to the proxy community!

    Good Luck
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    No Worries, a new proxy list is under construction (it's ready in fact, but I'm waiting for Jorge05r to come online and send me the files )

    It won't be as popular as ProxB was probably, but I'll have to start somewhere
    |Nico Lawsons

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    Can you tell at what price range you sold ur site?? don't tell the exact amt..

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    Quote Originally Posted by rome9t9 View Post
    Can you tell at what price range you sold ur site?? don't tell the exact amt..
    Between mid and high XXX$
    |Nico Lawsons

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    I recently sold a project that I had been working on for 2-3 years and I was a bit reluctant/sad to see it go. However, since then I have started some new sites that are already way more popular than the one I sold. Sometimes you just need to let old projects go.

    Mid to high $XXX is a good price. But imagine how much you learned from owning this site, what would the dollar value be? I know that my project (sold for low $XXX) definately gave me $XXXX (maybe even $XXXXX) worth of knowledge over the years.

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    congrats to both, {buyer and seller}

    may i know who is the buyer, is he also member of NB community.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GameOver View Post
    I recently sold a project that I had been working on for 2-3 years and I was a bit reluctant/sad to see it go. However, since then I have started some new sites that are already way more popular than the one I sold. Sometimes you just need to let old projects go.

    Mid to high $XXX is a good price. But imagine how much you learned from owning this site, what would the dollar value be? I know that my project (sold for low $XXX) definately gave me $XXXX (maybe even $XXXXX) worth of knowledge over the years.
    It's the same for me, not have I earned money through the months of having it, I also gained money through it and ofcourse knowledge Thanks for the heads up!


    @People who want to know the buyer, it's the person who buys all sites being good at the 'proxy sites' keyword
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