I do a lot of business buying and selling websites… mostly buying but I can never keep up with all the forums. One of my goals this week was to write something that parsed all the popular ecommerce websites and combined them to 1 page and 1 feed.

I present…….

The Webmaster Marketplace

and if prefer RSS

Currently it shows from SitePoint, Digitalpoint, Webmaster-talk, and DNforums. If anyone can think of another popular forum that provides a rss feed I will add it in 😉 Also if any webmaster do not want to take part but your links are there then let me know and I will remove them.

I am also going to make a widget for it on my sidebar to show the newest sites/domains for sale.

I hope some of you find this as useful as I do 😉 I will probably add more flare to it (make it scroll digg like) and by me of course I mean dillsmack.

Seriously tho I have coded it thus far… amazingly 😉

By Jeremy Schoemaker

Jeremy "ShoeMoney" Schoemaker is the founder & CEO of ShoeMoney Media Group, and to date has sold 6 companies and done over 10 million in affiliate revenue. In 2013 Jeremy released his #1 International Best selling Autobiography titled "Nothing's Changed But My Change" - The ShoeMoney Story. You can read more about Jeremy on his wikipedia page here.

26 thoughts on “Webmaster Marketplace – 1 Feed For All Webmaster Ecommerce”
  1. nice tool, shoe. have you tried extracting urls and prices from the topics? you could put together a really attractive interface, i think.

  2. interesting… never heard of them before. I wonder why nobody uses that site. Well after looking at it for a bit I see why

  3. sm I love your tools. Always simple to use. I think bizmp way over complicated it and also its so buggy. I cant wait to see what you whip up.

  4. omg bizmp is JUNK they just scrape and keep you on there site. I like this a lot you just click and go right to the thread you want. I am sure the forum owners love the traffic also.

  5. Hasnt this already been done ?

    Oh well, nice linkbait just the same.. be nice if the respective sites actually published captions via RSS.

    I’ll be interested to see if theres anyone actually crazy enough to put this on their site.. instant links for you whenever you want them. 😀

  6. You should put a date tag in front of all items Shoe, so we can easily see when new ones popped up ;-). I like the idea tho! 🙂 Thanks!

  7. You should integrate some kind of “digg” style function where more experienced webmasters can rate the site and leave a comment. The issue with a lot of these sales is 90% of the stuff is just rubbish and a lot of innocent people get ripped off 🙂

  8. That’s a great idea Lee, you could go one further and extract top ten sites by category, sites to avoid etc. Thanks for that shoemoney, it’s gone straight on my bloglines. 🙂

  9. Nice site shoe, but BizMP is defintely way better than this, and has more features. I would put your resources into something else as since bizmp updated there site is 100% faster, and no more bugs.

  10. […] has created a feed that combines the threads / listings of websites for sale on the major forums [via] (Tags: buying websites, selling […]

  11. hey im not in a competition =P I just spent 3 hours making something that I wanted to use … thats it..

  12. Great tool shoe! The less time I spend browsing boards the more time I can get some actual work done.Try to include namepros.com for the next release. I took a quick look and I`m not sure if they have an RSS feed though

  13. […] first project was an attempt to take Shoemoney’s website market RSS feed, parse out the URLs of sites for sale, and reconstruct them with Pagerank and Pages Indexed values […]

  14. Did you just shut down this tool? I really liked it. You have future plans for this or is it gone?

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