Recently, Flippa has made a few changes. One is an increase in listing fees. Annoying, but not a big problem if I'm making sales. Trouble is, my sales have almost stopped. I was getting about 30 sales per month of starter sites. While a lot of starter site sellers get a bad reputation, I explain exactly what the customer is and isn't getting, and point them in the right direction, but offer no promises I won't keep. I've always had steady sales, with sites selling for between $90 and $200. However, this past month all that changed. It was like a switch flipped and everything has stopped. I've had just a few sales. I used to get a few questions each day. I'm not even getting many questions from customers. I had a look at Flippa as a customer might approach it. It looks like starter sites, as well as apps, has been pushed to the back with established sites and businesses being given most of the space. Once, a Flippa user could just search for "fishing" and be shown every site related to fishing. But I have a starter dropship fishing site. If I go to "Business Type" and "Dropship" and search for fishing, it's not there. I only find it if go to "Starter Sites and Apps". I've always known my income from Flippa would dry up someday, but I would like to keep it going. I wonder if anyone might have strategies for surviving in the new order? Would it be better to wait 4 months to list a site so that my starter sites qualify as an established site? I'm also considering selling fewer sites at a higher price and getting traffic and sales for the sites first. But that's hard work and creates a lot more expense. I was doing great on Flippa for years, but it seems like they're getting enough money from selling businesses that they don't need me anymore.