URL of site: www.wehanghere.com Age of site: 6 months old Approximately monthly page views and/or unique visitors: 1500 unique visitors How does the site generate income? How much income does it make per month? Strong potential for advertising, venue tie-ins or chargeable premium membership (not yet implemented) Who develops content and administers the site? How much time does it require? So far, I have developed much of the non user-submitted content. Design and implementation is by www.simbax.com. What is the monthly cost of running the site? Minimal hosting fees (£100/year) plus any development work you require Will you help with the transition of the site to the new owner? Yes - extensive help will be provided. There is already a back-end system in place to update venues and perform admin on member accounts. What does the site include? Scripts, content, membership base, domain names All content, scripts, back end systems, domain name, membership base and venue database Price of the site Discussing a 4 to 5 figure sum with a number of parties I'm writing as the co-founder of WeHangHere.com, a successful location-based social networking site, featured at number 4 in the 'Top UK Web 2.0 Startups to Watch in 2007'. Following our launch at the end of 2006, word-of-mouth has delivered user-submitted venues in over 70 cities worldwide. These are plotted on a tightly integrated Google Maps interface, which invites users to explore their surroundings for new venues, new people and new experiences. We encourage our users to exchange messages, post on each other's messageboards and arrange meet-ups; with no aspiration of being the definitive venue review source, our user-submitted locations are points for meetings and interaction. This makes it a great foundation for a successful mobile social networking site. In recently months, WeHangHere has featured in the Observer ('Under 30, Online and World-Beating'), BBC Focus Magazine, New Woman, Marie Clare, The London Paper, local radio and extensively on the blogosphere; Techscape made us number four in their '25 UK Web 2.0 startups to watch in 2007'. We are continually adding new features and have been delighted with the positive feedback and quick growth of the site. Due to an alternative opportunity, I do not have the amount of time I'd wish to spend on the site, and am therefore seeking someone who recognises the opportunity to build on strong foundations to realise its strong potential. Given time constraints, I'm keen to resolve this sooner rather than later and am talking to a number of interested parties. Please message me if you would like to know more!