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templeofgroove wrote :

That's a MASSIVE decline in revenue, What would it require as per operations on a daily/weekly?? What about technical background? Seems the damage is done, once paying customers stop, it's not because of a broken link, it's because eventually they felt the service wasn't either profitable or valuable to their business!

Wed, 29 Jun 2016 14:37:44 AEST
juko wrote :

I've covered the duties in the listing. I know it's a long listing, but I figure it helps to be precise. Don't really need a technical background to run the business....there are only a few operations that you need to do, and you can learn to do those in 10 minutes(or just copy paste from the manual)...although you will need some technical background to fix the issues.

And that's exactly why I put the reserve at $5K and not $20K I paid for it originally. Plus it's not like the codebase is worthless...$5K wouldn't even pay for 2 weeks of developer time(but hey if you think you can find a decent developer to copy everything for cheaper, well there is always freelancer.com). But I'm just getting started...there is also the user list of ~10,000 trial users with their emails(might be a great source of leads...don't you think?). Neither is the exact match domain(literally guaranteed a number one spot in the search engines). Put all of that together, and frankly, $5K is an amazing deal.

Basically with this one, the idea is that you spend a few days patching the issues, and you have a fully working software company that you can grow as an actual business.

And sure some might have stopped needing a live chat solution, but the fact that there are still customers even after payment processing stopped working, says quite a lot about the quality of the actual product. How many people would actually pay after something that big stops working? They literally have to go out of their way to hand you the money.

Wed, 29 Jun 2016 22:03:39 AEST
templeofgroove wrote :

I personally feel the reserve is too high given the recent track record and current issues, as that's also gonna require time money and resources to get fixed. I'm interested and have placed a bid to entertain it a bit, however I do not think you'll get that reserve. Good Luck with the sale.

Wed, 29 Jun 2016 23:58:16 AEST
juko wrote :

@templeofgroove Not too worried about that, I've already made a deal to sell this if it doesn't hit reserve(and have another buyer offering a little bit less in case that one falls through)...so I'm pretty much outcome independent here. But thanks, good luck with bidding.

Thu, 30 Jun 2016 00:12:11 AEST
juko wrote :

@[email protected] and that risk is priced into the reserve as far as I'm concerned. If you feel the price is fair, bid. If not, don't. It's pretty simple. It's flippa, there are literally thousands of other projects to invest in(sure it's mostly crappy wordpress blogs with fake traffic...but you have plenty of options). But from where I'm sitting, I see a unique offer, the likes of each you aren't going to find on Flippa all that often.

But it's the free market at work, if you don't think it's worth it...don't buy. Like I said, this is as good as sold from my end, so I'm not going to be lowering the reserve or changing the terms here...what you see is what you get...it's up to you to decide whether or not it's worth the price of admission.

And that was my point, you'd pay way more than $5K even if you use a shitty freelancer.com developer to build a poor imitation that will be way buggier than this. And yes, it really is just a few tweaks to just get the existing product working. And yes, you'll probably need to do more if you want to upgrade the design/code to make it a perfect product so you can compete with the likes of LivePerson. But it's a lot easier to modify an existing code base instead of starting off from scratch on a project of this magnitude.

As far as I'm concerned $5K is a bargain. LivePerson had revenues of $200 million dollars in 2015. And this can get you 99% there to having a product that's actually competitive with them. Now, I'll be the first to admit that I'm no programmer, but the current issues all seem to be API based, so as far as I can see....it should be fairly easy to fix simply by updating the api connecting code. Joomla upgrades might be a bit more complicated, but again, the upgrades are well documented, so you should have no issues seeing what to upgrade(and it's not like you even need to upgrade, Ultimate Live is a hosted service, so the users really have no idea what you are running in the back end).

But like I said, each person has their own methods for valuation, if yours says it's too much work and not worth it, simply don't bid. But as far as I'm concerned, at $5K I'm basically giving it away.



Thu, 30 Jun 2016 00:46:22 AEST
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juko wrote :

@[email protected] and that risk is priced into the reserve as far as I'm concerned. If you feel the price is fair, bid. If not, don't. It's pretty simple. It's flippa, there are literally thousands of other projects to invest in(sure it's mostly crappy wordpress blogs with fake traffic...but you have plenty of options). But from where I'm sitting, I see a unique offer, the likes of each you aren't going to find on Flippa all that often.

But it's the free market at work, if you don't think it's worth it...don't buy. Like I said, this is as good as sold from my end, so I'm not going to be lowering the reserve or changing the terms here...what you see is what you get...it's up to you to decide whether or not it's worth the price of admission.

And that was my point, you'd pay way more than $5K even if you use a shitty freelancer.com developer to build a poor imitation that will be way buggier than this. And yes, it really is just a few tweaks to just get the existing product working. And yes, you'll probably need to do more if you want to upgrade the design/code to make it a perfect product so you can compete with the likes of LivePerson. But it's a lot easier to modify an existing code base instead of starting off from scratch on a project of this magnitude.

As far as I'm concerned $5K is a bargain. LivePerson had revenues of $200 million dollars in 2015. And this can get you 99% there to having a product that's actually competitive with them. Now, I'll be the first to admit that I'm no programmer, but the current issues all seem to be API based, so as far as I can see....it should be fairly easy to fix simply by updating the api connecting code. Joomla upgrades might be a bit more complicated, but again, the upgrades are well documented, so you should have no issues seeing what to upgrade(and it's not like you even need to upgrade, Ultimate Live is a hosted service, so the users really have no idea what you are running in the back end).

But like I said, each person has their own methods for valuation, if yours says it's too much work and not worth it, simply don't bid. But as far as I'm concerned, at $5K I'm basically giving it away.

Thu, 30 Jun 2016 00:46:22 AEST
domainireland wrote :

Nice product

Thu, 30 Jun 2016 07:45:52 AEST


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