Hi everyone
I put my site for sale 2 days ago on flippa as the site never picked up in 2 years,(in a part I`m to blame, 2 years only 40 posts).
I`ve never sold a site so I`m not even sure exactly how it works.
Now I got an email from Flippa with an offer to help me sell by putting it on editor`s choice and a complimentary upgrade(whatever that is) as they feel the site has a chance to get some good money.
Now they sent a questionnaire for me to fill to prove some facts about the site,age, traffic, income etc.Now I reached a point in the questionnaire they want to have access to my analytics and I`m not sure if I should do it or not.
Now the site was well done, content unique but nothing more, traffic very low, sales almost non-existent.
Has anyone sold a site on flippa and did you have to do this? is it ok to let anyone view my analytics?
I hope this is in the right place to ask.

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MKearns Premium
When I build/decide to sell any sites they'll be my first port of call Roamy
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roamy Premium
I bought a site there once, so I`m only familiar with the buyer end of things.Thanks
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boston10111 Premium
Hey,
I sold a website last month on Flippa for a good sum. It’s best to show your analytics as proof that you aren’t making traffic details up. The info will build a bit more trust for whoever the buyer may be as they can analyze the website themselves and see if it’s worth it. All you are doing is giving guest access for viewing only. So they can’t mess up your stats in anyway. And if the sight doesn’t sell, just delete anybody with guest access to your stats after the auction. No harm done. There are plenty of scammers on flippa too, so it’s always best to show you are genuine and have nothing dark to hide about your site. Plus, your selling your site, so I the more info you provide the easier it is for the buyer to make a decision.
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roamy Premium
Thanks,never sold a site before so was worried of what`s right and what not.
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Shwni Premium
I am selling a site through Sedo.com and all I had to do was put a code on my site which gives them access to it for when it gets sold
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roamy Premium
thanks,never heard of sedo.com before will check it out.
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Shwni Premium
It is the only time I have ever sold a website so sedo.com is the only site I know
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