How to know the Worth of your site?

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I have this question in mind, how would you know the worth of your site? What tools can be used to check the site's worth on the web?
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  • Profile picture of the author ashleysmith12
    just check the traffic of the site and the unique visitors per day, in website success the most important thing is the traffic, if traffic is good then your site worth a good, you can check traffic from
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  • Profile picture of the author warriorjeterboy
    Hey dude, I think this is the site what you are looking for www[.]freewebsitereport[.]org
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  • Profile picture of the author Daniel Wilson
    I'd compare it to the other sold websites on flippa.

    Other than that the real value should be about the 10 times the monthly revenue. If you have a gift for marketing you'll sell it for 20 times. Title and salespage does it all!

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  • Profile picture of the author KimboJim
    The best way to know your worth is to take your monthly earnings and multiply that by 12. This is usually the figure used when people are selling their website.
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  • Profile picture of the author TopKat22
    I've seen sites with no traffic, making no money sell for $200-$500.

    Price is determined by supply and demand.

    If there is a demand for a certain type of site, that looks a certain way and has certain functions, it will sell for the market price.

    So I would look at Flippa and see what sites similar to yours are selling for.

    Look at the ones sold though, not just listed. People can list something at any price but until it is sold, you don't have fair market value.
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  • Profile picture of the author toolsmith
    I typically try to get 12 - 16 months of income.
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  • Profile picture of the author CPA Andrew
    Check out flippa and see what a similar site to yours is going for. Usually if your making a residual income, time that about 12-18 months in advance.
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Thorsett
    I would caution against taking the word of an online, automated domain or website appraisal service to be gospel. Some have rather good algorithms, but some others are just marketing ploys to get you to buys their products or services.

    Also, a domain, or a website -- or, truthfully, anything that's being sold -- is worth exactly what a willing buyer will pay to a willing seller. That's a fundamental aspect of economics.
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