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I don't want to give out this information. All the keywords, most visited pages, etc, - it's all there. We have not even signed NDA. I don't have any guarantee that they will not abandon this negotiation and go build their own website.
What should we do? Since they have the revenue and impressions, is not it sufficient to make some kind of offer? and then go into details? For example, if they would send us a range (100K-130K)in which we would negotiate after releasing the asked details.
In short, I think we need to have something signed before we continue.
Thanks for any help.
Also, if they do make an offer, I am sure they will always be able to back out of the contract after they get all the data and for some reason decide not to go through.
and How "professional companies" will be able to help?
I guess my question has more to do with the details of the deal.
using broker or not, If the buyer wants to see log files before making a purchase, is it common in the industry to meet his requirement since the buying party is not under any obligation at that point and can walk away from the deal having valuable information on hands.
To everyone who have experience selling/buying websites. Did you see/show log files before signing the purchase contract?
How do you prove the impressions/uniques? Is sending a screenshot from a log analyzing program sufficient?
What documents do you provide to potential buyer to back up your claims about impressions and revenues?
If someone knows a good reading source with this info, please let me know. Thank you!
because if you give me your raw logs it cuts down my need to find traffic sources and keywords for my site, that is when I build it based on your metrics and blow you out of the water, which might reduce cost and timeline against a successful purchase
maybe i'll build a couple to be sure ;)
no one needs to see your full logs, too many stories of heart break