Discussion in 'Website Reviews' started by nikki-h, Sep 18, 2009.
I'm thinking of selling this website, I wonder if anyone could give me an appraisal please?
I can't give a particular valuation but people will buy websites based on a multiple of revenue. There are some threads on that in this forum.
Thanks for your reply Accelerator. It'd be great if someone could give me a ballpark though, based on this information. Please?
1500-1750 visitors ? it looks like you have a problem making them stick,the site needs tidying and the header as gone awol,if you really do have that amount of traffic i would pay a good forum designer a wad of cash to build you a site on it,because it has value in it's current state but would be worth tenfold if you worked on it.
The header has gone awol? What browser are you using? It's fine ie6/7/8 ff3 safari4 chrome2?
That's the point of me selling it, I don't have the time or patience to work on this site. I set it up when I was doing my degree, I'm now full time employed and don't want to stare at a PC monitor all night as well as all day.
i get ?
new one on me ^^
which browser are you using?
(cheers for the pic btw)
forums can be very hard to sell as you are not selling something that will just sit there and make cash, serious volumes of hard work have to be put to make it successful and to keep it that way, therefore in its current position with the volume of work required to monetize, refurb and run I personally dont feel its worth a lot, perhaps high £xx tops.
Just an honest opinion.
please see stats for the past six months @ lawforums(dot)co(dot)uk/stats.png.
@ orchardapple - The VB license alone cost that
Oh didn't realise it was a commercial script.
Tricky to put a figure on it, what are you looking for? not trying to engage a sale, just your thoughts on what its worth to you
Would you rather let it go for a low figure mindful of your lack of time to urgrade/run
Or a higher figure which may mean you have to put some medium long term efforts in to raise the profile and make is more valuable until such time a buyer meets your valuation etc.
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