Buy and Sell Websites with Lazy Revenue

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Lazy Revenue is like a cost effective version of Flippa. Website owners can list their sites on the Lazy Revenue marketplace for one monthly flat fee. Unlike Flippa, there is no commission on a sale. This mean more profit to the site seller. Website buyers will find hundreds of sites available for purchase. They range from domain names to established sites and everything in between.

The success of Lazy Revenue depends greatly on their marketplace. If there are no sites or services for sale, there’s pretty much no Lazy Revenue to be made. To that end, Lazy Revenue has gone to great extent to attract site sellers and buyers. For example, anyone creating a new account this week will receive two for one credits. Lazy Revenue’s listing price is extremely reasonable as well:

  • Advertise your services: $5
  • Advertising Space for Sale: $0
  • Content For Sale: $5
  • Domain Name Classifieds: $10
  • Established Web Sites for Sale: $15
  • Premium Web Sites for Sale: $30
  • Scripts & Software for Sale: $5
  • Templates For Sale: $5
  • Turnkey Web Sites for Sale: $5

Notice that advertising banner space you have for sale on your blog doesn’t cost anything? If you’ve been trying your hands at landing some directly advertisers, listing it at Lazy Revenue is a free way to do it. Creating an account take only a minute and is free.

Get Free Stuff!

Another bonus for setting up an account with Lazy Revenue is you get free stuff just for joining. This month, they’re giving away five Twitter apps that will help you get the most out of the social media network.

To all of our members we are offering 5 cool little twitter applications totally free! Only members can view and download this product. When you download the file you will find a folder inside the zip file for each application. We have also included the macOS config files for mac based systems. Each month we will provide all registered members free “products” ranging from scripts to premium eBooks, be sure to tell your friends. The download includes the following scripts; Who has more twitters, speedy twitter, who has more followers, when did you join, and time wasted on twitter.

Site Flipping Contest

For readers who like to buy and sell websites, this contest is for you. Every month, Lazy Revenue runs a competition to find the best sellers. For every website you sell you score a point. At the end of the month, the seller with the most points wins $100 cash and $100 in free credits. Runner up gets $50 cash and $50 in credits and third place gets $20 cash and $20 in credits. It’s the start of the month so you have plenty of time to entry.

Lazy Revenue is looking for feedback on ways to improve their site and service, so check the site and let them know what you think.

Buy and Sell Websites with Lazy Revenue

70 thoughts on “Buy and Sell Websites with Lazy Revenue”

  1. Looks like a pretty cool site, I’ll definitely have to check it out. That’s why I love reading this blog.

    1. Hey look Jacques, I got the first comment. See how dedication pays off? Well dedication and refreshing about 50 times a day.

      1. Hahahahahahah! Congratulations are in order, PPC Coach! Let’s see how quickly you can hit the jackpot again!

        1. Money-Era says:

          What’s the jackpot in this case, please?

          1. Lee Ka Hoong says:

            lol! He is talking about the first people to leave comment in JohnChow’s blog post (Jackpot), that would be considered as Jackpot.

            Jacques, correct me if I’m wrong. 😀

          2. Hit the first spot with comment is good but refreshing site for 50 or more times for that is a little crazy thing to do.

            -shanker Bakshi

          3. Benjamin Cip says:

            How about the last commentator? 😡

          4. Yeah! Why doesn’t anyone strive to be the last commentator?!

          5. Yeah, I guess it is. I just had to save face from the dot com lunch at Kintaro debacle. I love how many active commentators there are her though.

          6. Jokes, my friend, jokes.

          7. Me and The PPC Coach were sharing a funny moment folks. He thought he had the first comment on a previous post and it turned out not to be the case, due to some internet delay. This time he got it right though. Just a bit of humor……

      2. You’re going to artificially inflate John’s Pageviews and alexa rank by yourself! Reminds me of the trolls on

        1. Oh please, don’t be so dramatic. I got my first in line, now I can rest.

    2. gaban says:

      yeah you have to
      that’s the reason john wrote this review 🙂

  2. Nice to see another marketplace emerging , hope it will be a success, looks very promising on first impressions. As a Flippa Selller I will be giving them a try, thanks.

    1. Lee Ka Hoong says:

      But for me, their marketplace layout is not promising enough, Flippa better. But I think they will upgrade from time to time. I’ll definitely give it a try when I have a site to sell, soon. 😉

      1. Time will teach everything to them thats for sure and its takes time to reach at the perfect point.

        If we will help them than I am sure they will build themselves easily.

        1. Lee Ka Hoong says:

          Yeap, they need our help to improve and build their site to reach the perfect point. But when it comes to traffic, I’ll still go to Flippa even they charge higher commission for a sales since they have huge buyer and seller over there.

          But let’s see the performance in the coming days.

          1. They earned the reputation and faith. Now they are just capitalising that …

    2. Buying and selling ads through sites like these are ew arena. People are trying many news ways to help selling and buying websites , there is a whole new business of flipping websites is emerging.

      -Shanker Bakshi

  3. JoshuaElliot says:

    It sure is lazy for those who do not know how to build a website or blog.

    Thanks for the insight, John.

    1. It might be lazy, but that doesn’t make it a bad investment. Honestly, researching and verifying that the sites are actually worth money is probably more difficult than making the site a lot of times – especially the more expensive sites.

      1. Bayseec says:

        Is a long term investment for selling websites in order to get a big bucks…:(

  4. Surely an interesting website to check out and to make some good bucks out of 😉

    Thanks John.

    1. This new business needs some more scheduling and support.

      -Shanker Bakshi

  5. Hemal says:

    Good post, I used to use sitepoint, but I will be sure to consider this one next time!

    Thank John.

  6. Lee Ka Hoong says:

    Seems that’s another Flippa alternative for people who wants to play site flipping games.

    John, is that free to register and download the twitter tool?


    1. John Chow says:

      Yes, registration is free. Once signed up, you can download the Twitter tools for free.

      1. Lee Ka Hoong says:

        Thanks John for the clarification, I’m going to register and grab the twitter tool before starting the buy and sell websites games. 🙂

    2. Yes this business is also expanding. More and more people is trying their hand to this business model.

      But however gaining faith is really vital factor in this kind of business.

  7. It’s good that it is free. However nunber of services available on it aren ‘t gonna be great at start. But nevertheless it would be good idea to join & definitely keep a tab.
    Would it become successful in long run remains to be seen.

    1. gaban says:

      the good point is its free
      let’ s think another at different timee 🙂

    2. Take my words for – Flipping websites isn’t easy job.

      -Shanker Bakshi

      1. Yes but once you become master … this is really good money making business …

        What do you think Shanker ?

  8. Seems like a nice site and a bit competition can’t hurt 😉 SY

  9. Not having to pay commission over can lead to huge savings if you’re in the position of selling a seriously keyword rich & valuable domain. How big is their audience vs Flippa though? It is funny how this mirrors the regular real estate marketplace…..

  10. Finally, a website flipping marketplace with NO commision! Sometimes the margins on the sales you make are so small that by the time you’ve paid the commision you’ve got very little profit left, so if your doing it on a big scale then flippa is going to be great.

    1. They are also charging commission. Only registration is free my friend.

  11. Nathan says:

    Look interesting.I think I will give it a try

  12. gaban says:

    i also will check this cool site

  13. Wow, this sounds like a great site and their prices for services are incredible.

    1. Lee Ka Hoong says:

      Yea, it’s much more cheaper than Flippa, but I believe that Flippa has more buyer and seller, it worth for the price. Anyway, just give LazyRevenue a try and see how’s the performance.

      Also, we can signup for free and download the free twitter tool. 😀

  14. Never been massive on site flipping, but this looks cool for site flippers who are on it full time.

    Looks like a really good and cost-effective place to advertise advertising space on your site though. Top find and review Mr. Chow.

  15. EarningStep says:

    nice sharing… i heard about this before… thanks god finally i got someone write this up

  16. No commission! Lazy Revenue looks very promising!

    1. Lee Ka Hoong says:

      Yea, Flippa is charging 5% of the sales. You should definitely give LazyRevenue a try if you have any website to sell and see how’s the performance.

      The thing I love is its’ free twitter tool! 😀

      1. 5% isn’t really that much in the grand scheme of things. If Flippa has way more traffic, there is a good chance you’ll be able to sell your site 5% more on flippa than on Lazy Revenue which would negate the 5% commission.
        I’m not sure how they both work though, so it might not be that simple…. the flip side could be more listings makes the supply of sites too high to generate a premium demand…

        1. Lee Ka Hoong says:

          You’re right, you would get 5% or 10% more on flippa than on LazyRevenue. But who knows, perhaps we can sell higher price in LazyRevenue than Flippa, there are many buyers around the net, if the buyer who is willing to pay higher found LazyRevenue but didn’t find Flippa, if we place the site in LazyRevenue, then we get the sales.

          But, that’s all depend on situation.

  17. fas says:

    A lazy way to earn lazy advertisers via lazy revenue :p

  18. Money-Era says:

    John, I wonder: have you checked this site by yourself and feel that it is worth writing about?
    Recently I have some doubts as to the “quality” of your recommendations.
    Maybe it is just my feeling, though.

    Take care

    1. Andy says:

      I enjoy posts all the time, and this current post about lazyrevenue is fantastic! Thanks to john i have found a solution when flipping turnkey/start up websites and i dont get battered in fees like flippa charge, all the people on flippa at the moment are the mugs paying it, i for one will not. Roll on lazyrevenue! great post John…


    2. EarningStep says:

      i found the same issue with you .. look like john has to busy now.. but it’s still nice sharing

  19. Well I think is really nice business model and you can earn very good amount of money.

    But I think this website will have to wait for a while to gain confidence of webmasters.

    So except flippa what are other big market place according to you John and which one you recommend except this one.

  20. Wow. I just checked the site out and it seems pretty sweet. I saw a site claiming to make $250/month on adsense with a minimum bid of $150. How do they verify that the site is really generating the income it claims?

    I don’t have the money to play around with this type of site now, but I could see how someone with some loose pocket change could make a ton flipping sites.

    1. gotta be very careful with the sellers. There are many ways to make money off adsense. Sites do get traffic when listed on big sites such as sitepoint..but once you buy the site then you are on your own. Again you gottta look from every angle. Not all the sellers are like that but most of them are like that.

  21. I thought I’d actually contribute something instead of just celebrating first in line. So check out other buy/sell/flip sites such as
    and even try ebay

    1. Money-Era says:

      Thanks for contributing!
      This is how the posts should look-like: adding value to what has been said.
      The way to go 🙂

  22. I do not think I heard about flippa until last week, I will go and look at this website and hopefully.

    If fliping website is difficult, then buy from the flippers cheap.

  23. I think sitepoint is the largest marketplace for such stuff…

    1. sorry–i should not have compared with sitepoint been online since 1999.
      I didn’t like lazyrevenue. It still need to grow.

      1. True, but if there is less bidding competition you might be able to get domains for cheaper prices.

  24. I once bought a website from Flippa and I’m happy with what it turned out. This was some sort of an investment. I purchased a 20-dollar site with a somewhat good traffic ranking. I just then did a little more Search Engine Optimization (SEO). Now, I already got my money back and constantly earning from revenue programs that I registered the site too. Not that much but at least I’m earning. Flippa is good for me

  25. thanks for the nice post. i need to check this out and even sitepoint both of these sites are new in my list.

  26. Hey John,

    I have experience with Flippa for the sales, but this Lazy revenue seems quite unique in this genre.

    I must have a look at it and do some research on it.

    Anyways thanks for the post.

  27. Wow! Thank you! Great site and very helpfull because I don’t have money to pay for listing my site for sale!

  28. How about the last commentator?

    Do you see the new WP PREMIUM THEME – feat.

  29. pedagangIT says:

    john chow,
    i want to try sale that
    you think any person want to buy that

  30. Muzi Mohale says:

    Hmm, I’m worried with this new service by Lazy Revenue…I’ve never registered with them, however I’ve discovered my ad which I posted on Flippa now also appearing on their site Surely these are two separate companies…with Flippa an established player…so how come my ad has been posted on Lazy Revenue without my knowledge? Is Flippa aware of this practise? And to you John, are you aware that the service you’re promoting is using content from another website?

  31. i never know about this site..LOL

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