Estimate Your Website Value

Websites are more than the price paid or domain name registration cost.  Microsoft.com has an estimated value of around $19,000,000 based on income generated per day, etc.  Apple.com has a estimated net worth of around $7,500,000.

How is website value calculated?  According to mywebsitesnetworth.com, “apple.com is worth $7,490,928.94 based on our estimate that it receives 6,904,082 impressions per day, and earns probably close to or more than $24,164.29 each day.”

By contrast, Homepreneurs.net is estimated to be worth a meager $818.47.  This actually isn’t bad since I’ve only invested $500 or so into purchases and development effort.  Homepreneurs was never intended to be a money-maker, it was a graduate school project that exceeded expectations.

If you are interested in finding out what your website – or any other – may be worth, go to mywebsitesnetworth.com and enter the domain name into the text box below.

websiteworth

Enter the domain name – e.g. Homepreneurs.net and click on submit.  A brief calculation will yield:

Homepreneurs website estimate

Mywebsitesnetworth.com indicates it can calculate estimated worth for about 1.9 million websites.  What is your website’s value?

By Dion D. Shaw

Dion Shaw is the founder and owner of Homepreneurs

Homepreneurs.  New Day.  New Opportunity.

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One Response to Estimate Your Website Value

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