If you play video games, you've probably heard of websites like G2A, Kinguin and Eneba. These websites offer a variety of computer software and video games that can be purchased online at discounted rates. Instead of visiting a local store and buying new games or software for the retail price, a visitor to these websites can purchase valid activation keys (without the manual..etc case) at a significantly lower price. This is exactly the purpose of the website that I am performing today and which started at the end of February this year.
DirtCheapKeys.com There are currently over 30 products listed. The new owner can add more to create additional content and sales.
The domain will be registered via DynaDot and will expire in February 2020
WordPress is running on this site, and about 32 items are currently being added. What I did to add content in the past and find a game (or software) listed on Kinguin and then search Google Images for a main image with a size of 600×600. Then I'll add the products (using WooCommerce) and add a clear description and a link to my Kinguin Partner URL for that particular product. Really simple. The more games / software you can add, the better! My goal was once to fill this site with hundreds of different games, but I never got around to it. For which traffic the site has received, it has a pretty decent conversion ratio.
I did not do much to promote this site except for the fact that a few backlinks were created, but the traffic it generates comes down to almost everything from search engines. Contact me if you want to be added to Google Analytics traffic. Screenshot 1 | Traffic Screenshot 2
All website revenue is currently generated through Kinguin.net affiliate links (5% of each product sold). The new owner can use Kinguin, G2A, or any other global key-selling Web site that offers unique product affiliate links. The new owner could also put banners on the website to increase sales. Since I put this page online, I have generated a few sales. Kinguin Clicks Screen Shot | Kinguin Commission Screen Shot
AM: 65 US dollars