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Hot VOIP Action

Phil Harvey
8/31/2006

2:00 AM –- From The Philter's dot bomb file, VOIPaction.com is on the block for $175,000:

Our VoIP Portal www.voipaction.com is up for sale. VoIPAction occupies a unique niche in the VoIP space with around 50,000 visitors a month, and traffic partnerships with many leading voip sites and blogs.

Our strong search engine presence delivers thousands of new VoIP visitors to our site every month (8,000 brand new visitors each month come from Google alone).

We recently re-launched our News Sections to include coverage from all of the leading VoIP bloggers as well as articles from thousands of premium news sources, all updated automatically, 24/7. The site includes an archived database of over 300,000 articles.

VoIPAction receives visitors from all over the world, but 75% of our traffic is centered in North America. Our asking price for the site is $175,000. Our search engine traffic alone is worth the asking price if you had to pay for visitor clicks.

If you are interested in receiving more information on this unique VoIP opportunity including detailed traffic statistics, contact Chris Lewis, Founder, email: [email protected], telephone: 480 556 1310.

Shouldn't anything with the word VOIP in the title be free?

— Phil Harvey, VOIP Inaction Editor, Light Reading

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