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$60,000 USD

Ended 8 days ago

Shopify eCommerce site with $77,500 cashflow on 523,000 Pageviews (TTM)

15,000 followers on social media, 43,000 new users in a 12 month period with major opportunities for growth

At a glance ?

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Site Type
Site Age
2 years

Traffic ?

Page Views
Unique Visits

Financials ?

Gross Revenue
Net Profit

Traffic ?

Uniques Page Views
Jun 17 1,689 13,041
May 17 3,246 29,117
Apr 17 4,010 48,538
Mar 17 4,455 62,487
Feb 17 2,416 37,370
Jan 17 3,000 43,967
Dec 16 3,091 40,942
Nov 16 3,768 56,984
Oct 16 3,525 61,613
Sep 16 4,437 56,236
Aug 16 2,466 28,576
Jul 16 3,284 32,118

Traffic Health ?

Pages / Session
Avg. Session Duration
Bounce Rate

Top Channels ?

Page Views % of Total
Organic Search 8,313 64%
Direct 2,371 18%
Referral 1,520 12%
Social 837 6.4%

Top Countries ?

Page Views
United States 10,398
Canada 1,186
Australia 274
United Kingdom 227
Malaysia 30

Financials ?

Monetization Methods

  • This website earns revenue with Product or Service Sales. It is recommended to request a video walk through from the seller to verify all revenue claims.

Last 12 Months Claimed Revenue and Profit

Revenue Costs Profit
Aug 16 $5,820 $11,126 -$5,306
Sep 16 $18,160 $10,641 $7,519
Oct 16 $35,082 $24,425 $10,657
Nov 16 $25,850 $13,754 $12,096
Dec 16 $30,535 $19,481 $11,054
Jan 17 $21,403 $9,813 $11,590
Feb 17 $8,216 $4,834 $3,382
Mar 17 $24,018 $18,315 $5,703
Apr 17 $18,712 $12,065 $6,647
May 17 $16,996 $9,976 $7,020
Jun 17 $6,238 $3,776 $2,462
Jul 17 $5,670 $2,545 $3,125

Seller's Notes


The site was started in 2015 to supplement monthly income. Customer base grew quickly, referral traffic followed shortly after. What started as a complicated business (making parts and fulfilling in 3 weeks) has been streamlined with products made overseas that can be sent directly to the customer from the new manufacturer.

Since enlisting the new manufacturer, quality has skyrocketed and margins have increased from 30-40% to 100-200%+ depending on the product sold.


The brand was started as a hobby, before it even had a name. I rebuild my suspension system, and then a friends, then their friends and so on. After seeing so many inside and out, I knew what I could do to make them better. I found suppliers and started building and branding. I had success with some and complete failures with others. I took things back to basics and never looked back.


Fulfilling the order is very simple and can be done in as little as 1hr with no other work. Obviously if you want to increase sales, a few hours and money in Facebook ads goes a long way. I have personally advertised on Facebook with great success.

The site is hosted by Shopify and includes add-on features and everything from the domain to payment processing is in one place. It's very easy to use with any skill level and templates are easily edited with a few clicks. I highly recommend staying with Shopify due to their outstanding support and add-on features (some are free).

  • Source the sale (either post a sale or a customer finds us)
  • Customer places order
  • Contact the supplier and order based on their part number
  • Order gets shipped here or to the customer (usually direct for international orders to save costs on shipping twice)


Initially I started with Google Adwords and Facebook advertising to increase my SEO (its tested regularly) and google searches yield results on the first 3 pages in various relevant searches. There is a technical blog on the site that brings in quite a bit of traffic. Most of the traffic at this point is from Google search results. 

If I was to continue and have the capital available, I would pour money into facebook advertising which carries over to instagram. They way they allow you to target demographics to narrow down the most relevant reach is amazing. Site traffic, followers, and orders come from little expense. I would also join groups on facebook related to your market to post and share. A single post generates a lot of site traffic; afterall, you're end goal is to get them on the site to sell them something.

Forum advertising is a dinosaur, I've tried it and wasted my money and went right back to facebook. Buying promotions to get clicks to my site, or boosting a specific post.


The site is being sold to pursue a new venture with my wife and the sale will help to purchase expensive equipment needed for the new business. I would also like to just have he cash. I want to pay off my cars and take my kids to see the world. Now just seems like a good time to do it.


Should you decide to purchase, I will give you 3 months of my time via skype/ phone/ email to help with technical questions or anything that comes along. I will introduce you to the supplier and help get you logged in with access to the site and give you a tutorial on adding products, changes to the site/ store front and I will help you get the payment gateways/ PayPal set up so the transactions payout to you.


The site would include the Shopify web store, domain, and social media accounts. I will also ship any parts that might be needed either for replacing/ upgrading for customers (it's not much, just various parts) and a display/ demo product to become familiar and to show potential customers or potential resellers.

  • facebook page  
  • instagram
  • domain
  • secondary domain
  • Inventory - mostly loose parts
  • Display/ demo suspension 
  • Customer list
  • Email subscribers (over 300)
  • Well established brand with name recognition

Up until the sale, I will continue to conduct business as time allows. I will try to close out transactions quickly so as not to have anything carry over and you can start making money right away.

If you are concerned that you don't know anything about suspensions, don't be. The site has very detailed descriptions already so you know what you're selling. Most of the time, your customer knows what they're buying as well. Most customers ask if they can get a different spring rate. If you want to offer that, the supplier can handle that. Other than that, there's not much to know. You could always hire a young car enthusiast to do the sales, etc. They'd be thrilled to just be a part of the brand as they love working in the industry (I was once that guy, so I speak from experience).

Simply put, just advertise on Facebook, they will come to you.


How is your business monetized?


Please describe your business model 

My site lists products, I have a manufacturer that supplies my products. Customer places an order, I place the order with my factory overseas and they'll ship to me and I ship to the customer.

Are you the original owner of the business?


Which platform does the website use?


Where is the site hosted and will this need to change after purchase?


Why are you selling the business?

Selling to move on to a new start-up business with my wife and to go personally debt free.

Can the website’s revenue be accurately tracked back to the website?

Yes, revenue can be accurately tracked back to the business.

Is the website’s revenue kept separate from other business and personal accounts?

No, but mostly separate.

If necessary, do you have tax returns available to support your revenue claims?

No, I do not have tax returns available at this time.

Are you willing to provide live revenue verification?

Yes, upon request from serious buyers and/or Flippa marketplace integrity.

What are the main expenses of the business? Please list any recurring expenses that account for more than 1% of overall revenue

Purchasing product, advertising an my Shopify website.

Please list all domain names you are including in the sale

  • flatoutsuspension.com
  • rallysuspension.net

Are you including any social media accounts in the sale?


Which accounts will you be including?

  • Facebook
  • Instagram
  • YouTube
  • Pinterest

Please provide some basic details about each account selected above

Over 14k suscribers on FB and over 2k on instagram. YouTube and Pinterest are rarely used.

Are there any email lists included in the sale?

Yes, Mail chimp, 300+ subscribers

Are you selling the assets of the business (asset sale) or the company (stock sale)?

I am selling my whole company, stock sale.

Have you granted Google Analytics access to the [email protected] email?

Yes, I have.

What are the primary traffic sources of the site? 

  • Direct
  • Social

I rank high on relevant google searches and over 80% of my traffic is social networking according to Shopify analytics

Do you use, or have you experimented with, social media marketing?

Yes, I currently use social media marketing.

Have you done any Search Engine Optimization?

Yes, I have done substantial SEO.

Please provide a brief overview of the SEO you have performed on this site

I have used SEO add on apps, and I did a large campaign through google adwords upon startup.

Has the site ever received any search engine penalties (manual or algorithmic)?

No, to my knowledge my site has never received any search engine penalties.

Do you or have you ever purchased traffic?

Yes, I have purchased traffic in the past.

Please provide a brief description of the activities surrounding the question above

Facebook ads and google adwords

Do you use, or have you experimented with direct / display advertising?

No, I have not.

Have you experimented with any other sales / marketing initiatives?


Please provide a brief description of these additional sales / marketing initiatives

Forum advertising

Do you have employees or contracts with freelancers?


How is the content of your website produced? Provide a step-by-step breakdown

I add the descriptions and photos and do the coding myself.

Task 1 - Answering messages
Description - Answering custom inquiries
Who - Owner
Hours per week - 5
How may people perform this task? - 1

Task 2 - Place orders
Description - Order from my supplier based on customer orders
Who - Owner
Hours per week - 2
How may people perform this task? - 1

Task 3 - Ship orders
Description - Check in orders that arrive, prepare shipping labels and schedule pickup
Who - Owner
Hours per week - 2
How may people perform this task? - 1

Task 4 - Update orders as shipped
Description - Update and close orders on shopify
Who - Owner
Hours per week - 1
How may people perform this task? - 1

Does the owner need specific skillsets in order to successfully operate the site?

Just a basic understanding of suspension systems which are just product knowledge. Most customers already know what they are buying. Very simple to learn.

Do you and/or any employees or freelancers provide customer support?


How is customer support handled and what is the average volume?

Typically a technical question from a customer is answered in 1 email. Maybe 1:10 have a question that is pretty basic.

What makes your website better than its competition?

Clean, easy to navigate layout, good customer service, and quality products. 

Does the business store physical inventory?


Approximately how much inventory does the business keep at any given time and is any current inventory included in the price?

Maybe 1 suspension set based on demand. Product is received so quickly that turn around is minimal.

Where is the business’s inventory kept?

In storage space at my office.

Is it necessary for the business to keep its inventory in a particular country or a state, in order to retain the current profitability? Please explain

No reason other than a quicker shipping process (2-3 day reduction in time). I quote 2-3 weeks and fall well below that deadline.

How are shipments into and out of the warehouse / storage units managed?

Inventory arrives from the manufacturer and leaves the same day.

How many suppliers does the business use and for how long has the business used each of these suppliers?

Just one, new supplier signed on in march 17.

Does the business benefit from volume pricing arrangements with its suppliers?


Please explain which types of volume pricing the business benefits from

A container of 25+ would yield reduced shipping but longer arrival time.

Do you have written agreements in place with your suppliers?


How often and through which channels do you pay suppliers for purchased goods?

Per order via wire transfer

What is the average lead time from the order date until customer receives the good?

5-7 business days

Explain your payment terms with your supplier(s)?

I pay upon ordering. I order 1, I pay for 1. I order 5, I pay for 5. Product ships upon payment.

Have you changed suppliers in the past?


Please explain the circumstances for changing suppliers

Higher quality at a cheaper price. Margins went from 30-70% to 100-300%.

Are you willing to sign a 3-year non-compete contract in the industry that the website operates in?

Yes, I am.

Will you provide 1-3 months of post-sale support & training, in order to ensure that the buyer is able to fully take over the business and its operations?


What are the primary growth opportunities for the business going forward?

More advertising! I've spent very little and growth would be exponential with more advertising budget. I advertise based on what I can handle individually.

Are there any geographical limitations to the potential buyer of the business?

No, there are no geographic limitations.

Site Info

Site Established ? January 2015
Built With ?
Google Analytics Detected ? Yes
More info: BuiltWith

Domain Info

Domain Registered ? 18 January 2015
Registrar ? Tucows Domains Inc.
More info: Wayback Machine and Whois

Site Uniqueness

Content Unique ? Yes
Design Unique ? Yes
More info: Plagspotter and Copyscape

SEO Presence

Pages In Google ? 1,510
MajesticSEO Inbound Links ?
SEOmoz mozRank ?
Alexa Rank ? 1,204,416
More info: SEOmoz and SEMRush


psycho ( | $28.7K )
Fri, 11 Aug 2017 08:49:37 AEST

Hi, are you open to an asset sale? You could close the cie after it. It would make the due diligence quite faster to not have to find potential liability tied to the corp. What kind of return did you see while advertising? Why was Aug 2016 negative? Did you sell at a loss or advertising ran higher than sales?

Jamesfbender ( new )
Tue, 15 Aug 2017 11:38:08 AEST

What is the bin price?

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Px140x140 avatar 0fe5ff84 6941 4a05 ab6d f6242b129b6a FlatoutSuspension Russ R
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