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emailmeform.com

Auction Ended Unsold

$120,000

Bidding History: 0 bids
Started:
Mon, 01 Jun 2009 08:31:36 EST
Completed:
Mon, 01 Jun 2009 21:48:43 EST

Description

Emailmeform is one of the most popular services to create web forms, an authoritative site and a leader in the web forms niche, being top ranked in search engines ( including google, msn, yahoo ) for big keywords like 'web forms' 'html forms' above other authoritative sites like

 www.w3schools.com/html/html_forms.asp ,

www.whatwg.org/specs/web-forms/current-work/ or

 en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Form_(web

and above other sites that offer similar services

Emailmeform offers webmasters an easy way to create web forms, without any knowleage of php or html, and at the end it gives the HTML code to be pasted in their sites.

With an average of about 600 new user registrations per day, and a 170000 registered users database, emailmeform.com has a large percentage of the forms making share market.

The site is only monetized at this time by a Plus Plan membership, a subscription that costs US $9.95 per month or US $89.95 per year.

Users on free plan are only alowed to create 5 forms, while on the Plus plan they can create more forms

There are about 60-90 new Plus Plan members each month, and about 10 members who cancel their subscription per month, making the income growing steady with about US $600 - US $900 per month.

The site is fully automated, and no mentaining work needs to be done except answering customer emails.

Additional Revenue Details

From Plus Plan Paid memberships

Additional Traffic Details

organic

Comments

  1. Noavatar
    Posted by:
    RococoLife ( suspended )
    Date:
    Mon, 01 Jun 2009 09:23:53 EST

    Your going to need a lot more info up in order to be taken seriously, as well as proof of rev and traffic. 200k is not chump change.

  2. Px48x48
    Posted by:
    Carlito ( | $1.57K )
    Date:
    Mon, 01 Jun 2009 09:50:54 EST

    Wow, amazing rankings. Good luck.

  3. Noavatar
    Posted by:
    Qgb ( new )
    Date:
    Mon, 01 Jun 2009 11:42:19 EST

    Hello,
    Is $5000 the net profit? If the template on the site is changed, do you think it could still make the same amount of income?

  4. Noavatar
    Posted by:
    webliviu ( banned )
    Date:
    Mon, 01 Jun 2009 11:56:35 EST

    The $5000 is net profit. Yes if the template is changed, it would made the same amount of income, because the users are on a subscription and is little probable to cancel because of the template.

  5. Px48x48
    Posted by:
    adtdish ( | $1.11K )
    Date:
    Mon, 01 Jun 2009 11:59:26 EST

    Please pm me.

  6. Posted by:
    The seller deleted a comment from ssgupta ( | $4.65K )
    Date:
    Mon, 01 Jun 2009 14:20:55 EST
  7. Posted by:
    The seller deleted a comment from aspidov ( | $221K )
    Date:
    Mon, 01 Jun 2009 14:23:21 EST
  8. Px48x48
    Posted by:
    Robert Gentel ( | $5.53K )
    Date:
    Mon, 01 Jun 2009 15:05:25 EST

    Can you clarify the discrepancy between the uniques claimed in the auction and the stats you uploaded? The auction says 200,000 unique per month, but the uploaded stats don't show any month ever even reaching 170,000 visits (not uniques) per month and averages under 120,000 visits per month.
    Can you explain the missing traffic from the auction claim?

  9. Posted by:
    The seller deleted a comment from youngcashcow ( | $24.1K )
    Date:
    Mon, 01 Jun 2009 15:23:55 EST
  10. Noavatar
    Posted by:
    youngcashcow ( | $24.1K )
    Date:
    Mon, 01 Jun 2009 15:24:46 EST

    I use this service on my web site, It works very well for me.

  11. Px48x48
    Posted by:
    ssgupta ( | $4.65K )
    Date:
    Mon, 01 Jun 2009 16:52:55 EST

    More questions: Do you store e-mail addresses of those who are submitting the forms? If so, do we get the e-mail database as well? May I also know why the PaidPlan link is not (prominently) displayed - I could not find it. Normally, one would show paid-plans prominently in order to, to state simply, get paid? Thanks.

  12. Posted by:
    The seller deleted a comment from webliviu ( banned )
    Date:
    Mon, 01 Jun 2009 18:24:24 EST
  13. Px48x48
    Posted by:
    neran_a ( | $383K )
    Date:
    Mon, 01 Jun 2009 18:57:32 EST

    Hi,
    Great listing.

    A few questions:

    1. Can you add me to google analytics? PM me for the email.

    2. Current recurring payments - can it be transferred to the new owner?

    3. Is it really trademarked?

    4. As it's all hosted service, what's the requirements & costs?

  14. Noavatar
    Posted by:
    webliviu ( banned )
    Date:
    Mon, 01 Jun 2009 19:36:37 EST

    neran:

    1. yes

    2. yes, recurring payments can be transferred to new owner

    3. no

    4. one dedicated server, 130$ montly

  15. Noavatar
    Posted by:
    webliviu ( banned )
    Date:
    Mon, 01 Jun 2009 21:52:04 EST

    Robert Gentel the 200k uniques are reported by other stats software
    ssqupta No, the email addresses of the people who submit the forms are not stored on site.
    The Paid Plan link is right there in the middle of the screen after you login.

  16. Noavatar
    Posted by:
    dropship ( account closed )
    Date:
    Mon, 01 Jun 2009 22:57:40 EST

    How much technical knowledge do you need to support these forms?

  17. Noavatar
    Posted by:
    tobiasbv ( new )
    Date:
    Tue, 02 Jun 2009 04:28:23 EST

    Can you explain how the subscription renewal proces is working? Also from a cashflow perspective I would like to know when a client signed up for a new account one month ago and the cash is paid for a subscription wich will last 11 months from now. Are you refunding 11/12 to the new owner?

  18. Noavatar
    Posted by:
    webliviu ( banned )
    Date:
    Wed, 03 Jun 2009 02:02:18 EST

    Basic html knowleage is needed to support the forms
    The subscription is charged everymonth automatically until the user cancel it. No, I am not refunding 11/12 to the new owner of past yearly subscriptions

  19. Noavatar
    Posted by:
    bobbyr ( new )
    Date:
    Wed, 03 Jun 2009 05:53:46 EST

    Why are you selling this website?

  20. Posted by:
    The seller deleted a comment from foxdirect ( | $73.8K )
    Date:
    Wed, 03 Jun 2009 09:26:00 EST
  21. Posted by:
    The seller deleted a comment from foxdirect ( | $73.8K )
    Date:
    Wed, 03 Jun 2009 09:33:32 EST
  22. Posted by:
    The seller deleted a comment from foxdirect ( | $73.8K )
    Date:
    Wed, 03 Jun 2009 12:07:30 EST
  23. Noavatar
    Posted by:
    webliviu ( banned )
    Date:
    Wed, 03 Jun 2009 12:42:18 EST

    bobbyr I need funds to invest into a project with high potential ( wireless powered keyboards and mouses ), with no bateries
    foxdirect, I apologise, please check for my PM

  24. Px48x48
    Posted by:
    Twin8885 ( | $3.25K )
    Date:
    Wed, 03 Jun 2009 16:55:53 EST

    So just to clarify, in total the site has generated 50,000 in revenue? How many users are currently paying for the pro plan? What country are you located in?

  25. Px48x48
    Posted by:
    madhornet ( | $23.9K )
    Date:
    Thu, 04 Jun 2009 11:33:17 EST

    What is the trailing 12 months of revenues and earnings? You are asking a lot of money with very little disclosure.

  26. Noavatar
    Posted by:
    webliviu ( banned )
    Date:
    Fri, 05 Jun 2009 02:11:46 EST

    yes, the site has generated 50000 in revenue for last two years
    The last 12 months of profit was $35000
    600 users are paying for the plus plan

  27. Noavatar
    Posted by:
    WayWavv ( | $300 )
    Date:
    Fri, 05 Jun 2009 05:38:22 EST

    so it would take about 3 and a half years to make back the money from your minimum bid? Why is the price so high?

  28. Noavatar
    Posted by:
    WayWavv ( | $300 )
    Date:
    Fri, 05 Jun 2009 05:40:24 EST

    also, could you please send me month-to-month income #'s so i may see the fluctuation.
    thanks

  29. Noavatar
    Posted by:
    webliviu ( banned )
    Date:
    Fri, 05 Jun 2009 06:02:19 EST

    No, it doesn't take 3 and half years
    The income grows exponentially, with about 15% per month, from new Plus Plan members.
    Each month the income has grown, and grown, and grown, now is at $5000 , last month was less, last month before that was less, and so on. Next month will be like $5600-$5700 profit, the month after that will be like $6500, the month after that will be like $7200 and so on, in about 6 months the income is extimated to reach $10000 profit per month.
    And this can skyrocket if the service is mentioned on TV or in some big magazines, to have many hundred of thousands of webmasters coming to join for the free forms
    Many of the new users recommend their service to their friends, the more users signup, they recommend it to more friends, resulting in more new users signing up and so on.

  30. Noavatar
    Posted by:
    WayWavv ( | $300 )
    Date:
    Fri, 05 Jun 2009 07:02:10 EST

    Can you guarantee this exponential increase? Also, could i see revenue proof for previous months?

  31. Posted by:
    The seller deleted a comment from webliviu ( banned )
    Date:
    Fri, 05 Jun 2009 10:58:41 EST
  32. Noavatar
    Posted by:
    dropship ( account closed )
    Date:
    Fri, 05 Jun 2009 13:19:56 EST

    please post a breakdown of revenue for the past 12 months so we can see the growth you mention.

  33. Posted by:
    The seller deleted a comment from PSV ( | $22.3K )
    Date:
    Sun, 07 Jun 2009 07:37:14 EST
  34. Posted by:
    The seller deleted a comment from warcraft ( new )
    Date:
    Mon, 08 Jun 2009 04:00:59 EST
  35. Posted by:
    The seller deleted a comment from WayWavv ( | $300 )
    Date:
    Mon, 08 Jun 2009 10:49:00 EST
  36. Posted by:
    The seller deleted a comment from webliviu ( banned )
    Date:
    Mon, 08 Jun 2009 23:49:40 EST
  37. Posted by:
    The seller deleted a comment from Google-Filou ( | $13.9K )
    Date:
    Tue, 09 Jun 2009 00:14:25 EST
  38. Px48x48
    Posted by:
    Charles Sweeney ( | $88.6K )
    Date:
    Wed, 10 Jun 2009 22:30:16 EST

    Your traffic stats, sign-ups and pagerank are VERY impressive for a relatively young site. How do you get your visitors?
    I can understand you wanting to sell-up to start a new venture, but to sell a site with such good stats does leave me asking some questions. with ~ 5,000 visitors and 600 sign-ups per day, how many support requests or other customer enquiries do you get per day?
    I think your Buy It Now price is a tad optimistic. Your minimum bid price is closer to the mark (based mainly on the revenue).

  39. Noavatar
    Posted by:
    webliviu ( banned )
    Date:
    Thu, 11 Jun 2009 04:45:57 EST

    Visitors are coming from refferers ( many of the users are recommending the service to their friends ) , from search engines, from blogs and articles recommending the site
    I only get about 2-3 support requests per day, because the service is very easy to use ( they are guided through a form creating wizard and at the end they just need to copy and paste html, something than even the most unexperienced user can do ) and most of the questions are in the faq.

  40. Px48x48
    Posted by:
    Charles Sweeney ( | $88.6K )
    Date:
    Thu, 11 Jun 2009 17:55:43 EST

    170,000 users, 5,000 visits a day, 600 sign-ups a day, couple of years old, no advertising, couple of support requests per day, Romanian owner. I don't think you should be selling your site, you should be selling your secret.

  41. Noavatar
    Posted by:
    gtithesexy ( new )
    Date:
    Thu, 11 Jun 2009 18:01:37 EST

    have you ever used adwords?

  42. Noavatar
    Posted by:
    webliviu ( banned )
    Date:
    Fri, 12 Jun 2009 03:46:42 EST

    The secret goes with the site
    I din't used adwords

  43. Px48x48
    Posted by:
    Charles Sweeney ( | $88.6K )
    Date:
    Fri, 12 Jun 2009 04:31:47 EST

    Good answer webliviu!
    I own FormToEmail.com . I know what this sector is like (I've been in it since 2003). That's how I can see your stats are pretty remarkable, with only 2 or 3 support requests per day. Almost too good to be true.
    I would be interested in purchasing this, but don't have funds to hand (I only came across your listing).
    Good luck and best wishes.

  44. Posted by:
    The seller deleted a comment from manat100 ( | $600 )
    Date:
    Wed, 17 Jun 2009 05:31:19 EST
  45. Posted by:
    The seller deleted a comment from neran_a ( | $383K )
    Date:
    Wed, 17 Jun 2009 16:07:12 EST
  46. Posted by:
    The seller deleted a comment from HostLead ( | $92.8K )
    Date:
    Wed, 17 Jun 2009 21:51:35 EST

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