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How much is is your blog worth?

  • Topic started 4 years ago
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  • Latest reply from Ajinkya

  1. Compared to most industries the Internet is still relatively "young" however it has seen many highs and lows the .Com boom, the .Com bust and lately the global economic down turn!

    But the web keeps growing thanks to tools like WordPress which make generating online content accessible to all. But for all this work wouldn’t it be great to put a value on it? wouldn’t it be great just to find out some usage statistics? Well you can!

    Simply submit your website address to www.webworth.info and it will produce a detailed report containing an estimated value based on actual statistics and even how much ad-revenue your blog could actually earn. The report is free and is generated in under 30 seconds with no need to provide any contact details just the blog’s address.

    Here is some info from their site:

    “Web Worth is a free and innovative tool to help find out a website's value or worth calculation, estimations about a web site and information about any web site the user submits - you could call it a Website Value Calculator

    How does it work?
    Enter the domain url below and our unique website value calculator will calculate and estimate the web site's worth and present a valuation, daily page views and daily ads revenue.

    As well as the worth or value estimation it will show precise information available for the domain.”

    Also while your there why not check out your friends blog value or even your rivals!

    Posted: 4 years #
  2. Web site Value:
    $1,915.51

    Hum...

    Does it realy work ?

    ;)

    Posted: 4 years #
  3. ha ha Web site Value:
    $202,487.00 :P

    Posted: 4 years #
  4. Its based on total number of pages indexed , page rank , alexa rank kinda stats , similar to blog grader and popularis . Nice to see huge valuations :P

    Posted: 4 years #

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