Whats your website worth...

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Whats your website worth..

What do you sell
whats you best form of income..
what do you earn per month from IM.

How do you put a value to your website....
#internet marketing #website #worth
  • Profile picture of the author martinkeens
    I've seen sites sell for as little as 3 months profits, but I think 9 months profit is a bit more standard.

    A big factor is the reason you are selling. If you need the money fast to pay off some bills or invest in a new project, you will probably be willing to let it go for less than if you are just selling because you have lost interest.

    Another big factor would be the amount of work involved. A site that makes $5000/mo profit with no work is worth a LOT more than a site making $5000/mo with 40 hours/week of work.
    • Profile picture of the author Simplweb
      I remember seeing an online tool recently that would give you an evaluation...

      Does anyone know the url?
  • Profile picture of the author TheRichJerksNet
    The bottom line is your site is worth what someone is willing to pay you for it. Course there are many factors that must be considered also which may include traffic, type of traffic, income, subs, sales, and etc etc..

    Those online tools that generate what you site is worth have no idea how your business runs let alone even know how to determine the worth of a site. Just going by alexa ranking and so-called possible advertising profits is not a way to determine a sites worth. Fact is everybody knows alexa rank is not proper, they actually got on my nerves so much I fully blocked them from even checking one of my sites.

    In anycase the site is really worth what someone is willing to pay for it and if you are willing to sell it for that amount.


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