Discussion in 'Domain Appraisals' started by gregfindley, Jul 12, 2010.
EDIT: Thanks to everyone for the replies (thread can be deleted now)
There are rules of thumb for valuation, e.g. 4x annual revenue. I really need to read up on these, but I'd say 4x annual revenue will give you a rough idea.
I've always been told look at 10x the monthly profit, as websites can't be treat the same as a normal business because a simple change by a search engine like google can effect the income considerably.
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I had always read around a years income, so £1200 in this case. Probably more as the domains are decent anyway, nearer the £2k mark? I may be a mile off though
Just to add a different one, I work on 10 months to 18 months revenue.
Depends on exacts, traffic, keywords, how much work involved in running the site.
If you add that you'll do the install, you should also get a bit more.
Give as much info as you possibly can, offer as much help in transfering the site over.
Having a look at your sites, the dvd one is page one of G for the keywords, as is the bl ray one!
I'd actually go at 18 months, offering full install.
You mention that you have a custom CMS. Make it a condition that while the buyer can use the CMS on other of their own sites, they cannot resell it. That way, you also have the option of selling the CMS seperately. There are always people on DP etc that want scripts like this.
Hope this helps,
Dont sell them. Just spend a little bit more on the SEO and outsource any scripting etc to an indian firm or something if you are pushed for time....
If due to time you are the weakest link, remove yourself and outsource those tasks...
The time and effort put in already V the sale price is not worth it...
Unless you are working like 13/15+ hour days for someone at the moment theres still time in the day
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