At eBrands Media Group, we buy and sell website brands on a regular basis. We have listed 7 websites below that are available for purchase right now.
Please send any reasonable offers to firstname.lastname@example.org.
minivans.ca – This is a WordPress-based website with a few pages of content all about minivans. There is also a Twitter account which would be given to the new owner (@minivans, with a whopping 46 followers no less).
MovieTrailer.ca – A WordPress-based website to show off your favourite movie trailers.
Tweetlebrity.com is perhaps our most ambitious project to fall on its face. A beautifully-designed WordPress blog all about celebrities on Twitter. I think it has huge potential with the right TLC. There is a not-that-great Twitter account that the new owner will be given (@tweet_lebrity, yup with the underscore).
GotMono.com – A forum all about the Mono operating system (an open source .NET project). The forum is still active, after 8 years. There are thousands of pages on this website as a result of it’s longevity!
reward.ca – So many possibilities, this website currently features a PHP website with 7 pages of badly dated copy.
elect.ca – A small PHP website with some information about politics in Canada. Optional domain alias electing.ca is available, too.
CanWire.ca – This site has been taken offline, but have a look at archive.org for the general idea. It is a PHP/MySQL website that allows an “Editor” to add news articles and sources, and have the database show the latest news on a daily basis. There is a built in archive to show by date, as well. There is an associated Twitter account (@CanWire), and Facebook Page that will be given to the new owner.
On November 1, 2010, we launched the Foodie.ca website.
In what is quite a departure from many of our previous sites, the approach was to invite authors from across Canada to participate collaboratively in a new venture. Topics will be on all range of food and drink – restaurant reviews, recipes, culinary tips, industry info, beer, wine, coffee, spirits, and more.
By many measures, it has been our most successful project to date. In the first week there were over 1,000 visitors, and over 2,000 website views. If things continue, we predict it will eclipse YourCanada.ca as our flagship website within 6 months.
In an interesting twist, we used social media, primarily Facebook and Twitter, to recruit authors. While we had supposed that this would be a good recruiting method, we were shocked at just how successful this method was; as such, we plan on using it again for future projects.