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Website Worth?

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#1 robertsarner


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Posted 02 August 2013 - 08:17 AM

Good Morning,

I am the owner of a windsurf blog and forum, I have seen its possible to sell website on the internet so I was checking an online tool and I found the value of my site is around $6,000. I really would like to sell it as soon as possible.

Can you guys give me a confirmation about the metric and system used to evaluate my website?

Please take a look to: http://www.howmuchwebsiteworth.com/

Thank you a lot !



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#2 Chris Cosgrove

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Posted 03 August 2013 - 08:43 PM

I just tried that link and got a 403 error for my pains when I plugged the URL for one of my web-sites in !


I have no opinion on the merits or otherwise of the company behind this web-site, but I would take their figure of $6000 as at best a guide. Something you are selling is worth exactly what you can persuade a willing buyer to pay. Assuming that you are making a provable income stream from this blog, then a reasonable target sales price would probably be between 5 and 10 times earnings.


I didn't study this web-site, but I suspect their business model relies on charging you a fee based on valuation - and the higher the valuation, the higher the fee.


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