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Well in just 54 minutes, SiteFever.com has been sold for a quick sale price of $1,250. Why so cheap?

With all the chaos and confusion that goes in to moving out of an apartment, putting all of your stuff into a storage unit in another state and jumping on a plane from Miami, FL to Lima, Peru, I simply do not have the time to haggle prices back and forth while not making any valuable posts to this blog. I needed to sell it quickly to concentrate my efforts on my trip.

I was not planning on selling the site until just a few days ago. I just made the decision to go to South America a little over a week ago, and being honest with myself, it is just impractical for me to keep up this blog as it is from where I’ll be. It would be better off in the hands of someone who can really put all their efforts on the site.

The new owner of SiteFever.com has asked to remain anonymous for the time being, but I’m sure they will be formally announcing themselves to you in the very near future.

This has certainly been a great ride for me, and I hope that it’s been great for you as well. You haven’t seen the last of John Robinson- I’ll be back for sure. For any last minute donations for the Blog Traffic Made Easy PDF or for any help you have received from this blog (or me) so far, they would all be greatly appreciated through PayPal. I will be using any donations I receive to help support myself once I get to South America.

I will ask the new owner if they will allow me to make occasional guest posts on SiteFever, and I will be sure to forward any new pictures I take while I’m there! Thanks again everyone, and I wish you all the best in your online endeavors.

Sincerely,

John W Robinson IV


Category: John's World
Article posted by: Neon on September 21st, 2007



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18 Comments to “Final Farewell” »

Comment by WarriorBlog
Sep 24 2007 at 12:16 am

Wow if you sold it for that much, I can probably get mine as popular as your in 2-3 months and sell it as well…

I actually though that was expensive :-)

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Comment by Rob Sellen
Sep 24 2007 at 9:02 am

So my comment was deleted?

As well as the others?

Ok, thanks for that, I won’t be back if that’s how the new onwer is.

Bye.

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Comment by Robert MacEwan
Sep 24 2007 at 1:06 pm

You know what Rob… I just got the best idea from you. With the new owner deleting comments and WarriorBlog and yourself complaining I decided to check the two of you out.

It was during this time that I came upon my idea. Sorry but I can’t talk about it right now but I will be mentioning you ask my inspiration for the service.

Hats off to you, WarriorBlog and whoever it is that bought this blog and started making changes right away without knowing us as a community.

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Comment by Rob Sellen
Sep 24 2007 at 4:59 pm

Sorry lost me?
What you mean “check me out” ?

 
 
Sep 24 2007 at 1:22 pm

Er – where have all the recent posts gone? This wasn’t the latest post yesterday!

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Comment by Neon
Sep 24 2007 at 5:16 pm

Hi, this blog is being flip again. i am the latest new owner. Anyway, i wont be selling it and i will be making a post about it.

I’m sorry, i dont mean to remove the latest posts and comments.
This is the latest sql dump i got from the previous owner.

This site is in the transition of moving to my hosting and the dns have not propagated to my area yet. i am currently writing this comment via a proxy.

Therefore i am not able to make any post. i suppose it will be another 12 hours for me before i am able to fully access this site.

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Comment by Robert MacEwan
Sep 24 2007 at 5:19 pm

@ Rob Sellen,

By check you out I meant that I went to your site. While commenting on the “Stumbleupon stats” post I had a great idea for a site.

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Comment by Rob Sellen
Sep 24 2007 at 5:40 pm

Ah I see… 😉

Thanks. :)

@Neon I will pop back, see what the crack is and look forward to hearing your plans for the blog.:)

 
 
Comment by Online Money
Sep 25 2007 at 6:58 am

Great… Congrats on sold.

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Sep 25 2007 at 1:47 pm

[…] Site Fever – SiteFever.com didn’t get a new layout – but they got a brand new owner. Hopefully the content is still good going forward! […]

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Sep 25 2007 at 5:29 pm

[…] Within this short period of time, SiteFever is being sold twice at BIN!! On the 21st Sept, then 24th Sept. Hmmm…. there are 2 possibilities… either SiteFever is not worth the price that the 1st buyer wanted to recoop his investment as soon as possible OR SiteFever is just too HOT! I can personally tell you, SiteFever is definitely more than feverishly HOT! Anyone doubted the hotness? The 1st buyer just don’t have the time to update this wonderful blog. This site will not be what it is today without John’s feverish posts. Alright… enough of my ‘fever’ thoughts. Anyone want an anti-fever pill? If anyone appreciate John’s efforts in the past, feel free to paypal him (his paypal link in the previous post). […]

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Sep 25 2007 at 6:11 pm

[…] Within this short period of time, SiteFever is being sold twice at BIN!! On the 21st Sept, then 24th Sept. Hmmm…. there are 2 possibilities… either SiteFever is not worth the price that the 1st buyer wanted to recoop his investment as soon as possible OR SiteFever is just too HOT! I can personally tell you, SiteFever is definitely more than feverishly HOT! Anyone doubted the hotness? The 1st buyer just don’t have the time to update this wonderful blog. This site will not be what it is today without John’s feverish posts. Alright… enough of my ‘fever’ thoughts. Anyone want an anti-fever pill? If anyone appreciate John’s efforts in the past, feel free to paypal him (his paypal link in the previous post). […]

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Sep 25 2007 at 7:44 pm

[…] Within this short period of time, SiteFever is being sold twice at BIN!! On the 21st Sept, then 24th Sept. Hmmm…. there are 2 possibilities… either SiteFever is not worth the price that the 1st buyer wanted to recoop his investment as soon as possible OR SiteFever is just too HOT! I can personally tell you, SiteFever is definitely more than feverishly HOT! Anyone doubted the hotness? The 1st buyer just don’t have the time to update this wonderful blog. This site will not be what it is today without John’s feverish posts. Alright… enough of my ‘fever’ thoughts. Anyone want an anti-fever pill? If anyone appreciate John’s efforts in the past, feel free to paypal him (his paypal link in the previous post). […]

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Sep 26 2007 at 8:58 pm

[…] Within this short period of time, SiteFever is being sold twice at BIN!! On the 21st Sept, then 24th Sept. Hmmm…. there are 2 possibilities… either SiteFever is not worth the price that the 1st buyer wanted to recoop his investment as soon as possible OR SiteFever is just too HOT! I can personally tell you, SiteFever is definitely more than feverishly HOT! Anyone doubted the hotness? The 1st buyer just don’t have the time to update this wonderful blog. This site will not be what it is today without John’s feverish posts. Alright… enough of my ‘fever’ thoughts. Anyone want an anti-fever pill? If anyone appreciate John’s efforts in the past, feel free to paypal him (his paypal link in the previous post). […]

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