Hi, I'm not sure if this is the correct place to post so please move the thread if it's not. I'll try and keep this short and sweet. In 2012 I build a little website in the Bi-Folding Doors niche, which was the top of page 1 in Google the search term "Bi-Folding Doors Scotland". Initially, I partnered with a supplier in England and acted as their Scottish sales agent. The website brought in leads and I made some sales and commissions. It's never been anything more than a side hustle really. I've now slipped towards the bottom of page 1 and, until recently, was using a new supplier on a similar basis. I'm at the stage where I'd rather fully automate revenue from the site or, better yet, just sell it and move on. The problem is, I don't know how to sell it or value it. It's a bit of a weird situation insomuch that the website itself doesn't generate turnover or profit and - mostly because I've been engaged in other things - I've not generated much income from the leads provided in recent years. However, the aforementioned search term gets 260 searches a month and the site is pulling 714 unique users per annum (down 50% compared to 2018/19 when it was higher on page 1). People still regularly complete the quotation request form and the domain has 8 years of solid white-hat SEO based domain authority. The average order value on a sale of an aluminum bi-folding door set is in the order of £4-5,000 so the leads/sales that can be generated by the site can be lucrative for a company/person that poised to actually make use of them. I guess the ideal "purchaser" would be a company that can supply and fit bi-folding doors throughout Scotland but currently doesn't rank well for the search term. By building out a new site they could probably capture 100s of leads per year they otherwise would miss. All in all, I'm a little lost as to what to do. As you can hopefully see, the website doesn't really fit into the model of most "websites for sale" so I'm not sure what to do with it. Suggestions/advice welcome.