Hi fellow bloggers,

I am thinking of selling my mom blog, which is called The Shopping Mom (www.theshoppingmom). The blog is a year and a half old and has a PR 2 rank.

 

It is not a real personal blog, it's more of a tips, how-to's as wells as coupons and deals, so it's easily transferrable (I actually just bought it from another mom in October, but have a consulting business taking off and can't keep up).

 

I get lots of free product for reviews and giveaways, but I really don't have the time! I feel like the traffic is slipping a bit since I took it over because I don't have the time to keep up with it.

 

I get anywhere from 200 - 400 unique visitors a day, according to Google Analytics (more according to my hosting stats).  The previous owner was making around $175 month from Google ads and several hundred from affiliate links. I'm making around $100 month because I'm not "working it" like she did...so lots of possibility.

 

This is such a fabulous website and blog and has lots of potential to do so much more! I don't want it to slip in oblivion.

I am willing to share what I purchased it for in October and what I'm selling if for to seriously interested buyers only.

 

If interested, let me know! Happy Holidays!

 

Susan Osborne

suslucy11@msn.com

 

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