It’s now easier to sell websites to the biggest buyer audience in the world
Francisco, CA and Melbourne, AUS (December 3, 2012)-Flippa.com, the
world’s #1 marketplace for buying and selling websites, launched today a
new listing system that will make the process simpler and increase the
chance of a sale.
studying the buyer search function and pin pointing exactly what they
look for when searching for sites to purchase, the new listing process
asks sellers the pertinent questions helping to ensure that the site
listed will appear in all keyword searches. Flippa.com also makes it
easier to list, with 50% fewer clicks needed to post a listing. For
example, Flippa automatically detects how your site is implemented and
adds the relevant information to the listing. The new process is also
easier to navigate, starting at step one and taking sellers through the
the listing process is something that our customers have been asking
for,” stated Dave Slutzkin, CEO of Flippa.com. “We took an outside the
box look at the process and other best practices within the online
auction industry, and came up with a system that is not only easier to
use, but benefits both sellers and buyers of web properties.”
customers create a listing, Flippa now asks for basic information about
the virtual property and makes suggestions for the listing, including a
descriptive title and an optimal listing duration. Flippa has moved
non-core functions — such as adding a Buy-It-Now price — until after
the listing is live, in order to get websites in front of buyers sooner.
The option to edit a listing after it is live was also scrapped from
the process, to ensure accuracy and consistency throughout an auction.
By having sellers carefully review their listing before it goes live,
buyers will also see a complete, polished listing from the moment it’s
set to live.
Flippa listing process video overview here:
in 2009, Flippa is the #1 marketplace for buying and selling websites.
Each month, over $2 million in websites and domains are traded on
Flippa. Over 26,000 sites, valued at over $31 million, were sold on
Flippa in 2011 alone. The most notable of these included Mark
Zuckerberg’s Facemash.com as well as iPhone application Taptivate.com,
news site Inquisitr.com, and Pinterest analytics site PinReach.com.
More information at http://flippa.com/about
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