Flippa announced that it is introducing a new auction webpage this week.
This is what Flippa says about the new auction page:
“It’s the result of months of researching and testing with users, with a new design, a focus on buyer safety and a greater emphasis on trust, data and due diligence.”
The new design is still in beta and is currently only available for website auctions. The new auction page will be released shortly for domain and app auctions. In the meantime, Flippa would love to hear your feedback on the design.
The improvements include but are not limited to:
- The seller’s profile, history, feedback and real name are prominently displayed on each auction so you immediately know who you’re dealing with.
- Verified data now comes first on the auction page, even before the seller’s own listing description. Data that’s been sourced via an API or is verified is displayed in green, while seller supplied data hasn’t been verified is shown in black. Listing with verified data, including both AdSense and Google Analytics will also appear higher in search results across the site.
- To let buyers to immediately know the status of an auction, Flippa designed a box at the top of the auction page which displays all the relevant information: current price, reserve being met, number of bids and time left.
Check out all the improvements here.