What does your business do?
Our business was founded in 2018 as a website designed to offer tips and solutions for people dealing with joint pain. The main writer had actually had a personal experience with arthritis, so all recommendations are based on her own trials.
Currently, the website makes money as a passive income (around $1,500/month as an average) and it doesn't need any serious maintenance. The future owner may only pay for an email auto-responder but the business itself makes money on its own.
About 87% of its traffic comes from organic search, so it has a lot of room to grow. The future owner could also try PPC as this niche has a lot of searches and advertising potential.
How does your business make money?
It makes money through affiliate marketing. The main 2 offers it promotes are 2 supplements (Turmeric Curcumin Plus and ProJoint Plus), which pay an average commission of about $20/sale. The commissions are also lifetime, so you will get credit for any buyer that purchases the product again. The platform where you can find these 2 offers is HealthTrader and they will definitely agree to work with whoever buys this website, considering the pretty good revenue it has been earning in the past.
There's one thing you need to keep in mind. The 2 products promoted pay lifetime revenue, which means you will receive a commission for all eventual re-purchases of any buyer. The products have a high quality, so they have a lot of repurchases.
Now, about 30-40% of the websites’ current revenue is because of those repeated customers. However, once I sell the website, any eventual purchase through those links will be attributed to me. Once the new owner will change the links with his affiliate ID, he will also receive a lifetime commission (for all new and repeated orders). But it will take a while until the new buyer gets some orders from repeated customers, as all of them will count as new customers at the beginning.
It also makes a smaller amount promoting a supplement called Nerve Renew, through a network called MaxWeb (the current revenue from that offer is pretty low, but there's a lot of room for growth).