So you’ve put a whole lot of time into your site, including missed weekend getaways and no sleep during the week.
Have your efforts been worthwhile, and just how much is your site worth exactly?
With the help of free web-based valuation services, you can learn just how much your website can be sold for today and what you can do to make it worth more.
What’s your website worth?
Just enter a domain name into the box and blammo, your websites worth is showcased. Sound easy? It really is. Check it out here: http://www.siteworthchecker.com.
SiteWorthChecker.com uses an algorithm to calculate a website’s daily income, daily visitor numbers, pagerank, and traffic. Plus all those other super important web statistics like Alexa Rank, backlinks, meta description, server location by map and whether DMOZ recognizes your site.
Now don’t hang yourself if you see crappy results, it’s not the end all be all, just a great overview. It’s a perfect opportunity to fix any issues or see if anything has slipped through the cracks. Ps: You can compare similar websites to yours for competitive curiosity.
Here’s what the report looks like:
Don’t bother checking my site, it’s worth over 61323.35… rupees that is.
How does your website rank against the rest of the web?
How do you know how well your website holds up against others? Website rank! The most popular ranking systems are Alexa and Google.
In the case of Alexa, the lower your rank number, the better you’re doing. Alexa has created one of the largest Web crawls, and developed the infrastructure to process and serve massive amounts of data. They’re kind enough to let you know for free how relevant and timely you are.
Geek tip: Don’t forget to keep track of your progress.
How does your website rank? Try it now www.Alexa.com
This obviously isn’t the end all be all too, but isn’t it nice to know. Why? It’s simple, fast and realistic. Done.
What can you do to make your website worth more?
1) Do you have good content?
2) Is your content relevant to your target market?
3) How does your target market find out about your website?
4) Is your website user friendly?
5) If you think SEO means “silly egg omelet”, you need to read more about search engine optimization
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