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Do You Want To Buy My Blog?

Written by George Manty  · January 29, 2007

I have seen this before and never tried it, but Garry reminded me of this tool that tries to determine the monetary value of your blog. I decided to go ahead and try it.

I entered the URL for this blog and it said:

your blog,, is worth $46,856.82. See picture below:

My blog is worth $46,856.82.
How much is your blog worth?

That number certainly seems a bit high to me. If anyone wants to buy this blog for that amount, please let me know!

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14 Responses to “Do You Want To Buy My Blog?”

  1. Garry Conn on January 29th, 2007 8:58 am

    Hey George,

    Thanks for the mention. As you can tell by the results from the appraisal, this tool is used more for entertainment than actual value of one’s site. It’s fun!

    Although, who is to say that you’re not selling yourself short at $46,856.82.

    Oh… and by the way, disregard the email I sent you about the $75,000 buy out offer! (joking)


    – Garry

  2. George Manty on January 29th, 2007 9:18 am

    Thanks Garry:)

    Sold for 75,000!

    Yes it is fun and it gave me something to post about this morning.


  3. Garry Conn on January 29th, 2007 12:16 pm

    Oh noooo… I want the $46,856.82 deal!

    George, you know what… there is a price for everything. And you and I have seen it many times… So, who is to say that one day you won’t get an offer like that.

    If you do… be sure to tell them that I will offer 50% on my site too! And I will personally take the next flight out and wash some one’s car too!


    Who wants to buy? Anyone??? Free car wash!

  4. George Manty on January 29th, 2007 12:47 pm

    When my blog is worth that much to me, I doubt that I would even consider selling it unless the offer was really good or I was tired of writing on this topic. Quite frankly, I really enjoy this blog, so it would be the hardest one for me to sell.

    Of course, I could just start a new one…

  5. George Manty on January 29th, 2007 12:48 pm

    PS. The car wash is good idea. I should have thrown in a car wash!

  6. Rob Stgeorge on January 30th, 2007 1:17 am

    It would be hard to put a value on a blog, I would guess one to two years revenue would be a fair amount. However no website is going to know what that is!

  7. ugyen on January 30th, 2007 7:54 am

    WOW That’s worth a deal! great site!!

  8. Garry Conn on January 31st, 2007 12:19 am


    If you are interested in buying George’s site, I will also throw mine with 10% discount, hope on the next flight and fly down to wash your car. That’s right! Free Car Wash with the purchase on my blog! And don’t forget, I am offering 10% off!



    People consider it hard to put a value on a lot of things. Look at real estate as an example. You can have appraisals, estimates, etc… which give some guidance towards a price… but in the long run, the deal closes with the buyer spending the most he is comfortable spending, and the seller accepting the lowest amount of profit. (In most cases of course) There is obviously many that get had for (both buyer or seller). Bottom line is this, there is no definite price on anything for sale. The price is basically an invisible line or boundary… When both parties are acting experts (an expert in buying and an expert in sales) come to close on a deal… I do believe through their skilled tactics on both ends, commonly what is reached is a (what I call) Balanced Sale. Meaning, as mentioned above, the buyer is spending the most he is willing to spend, and the seller is letting his product go for the least amount he is comfortable with.

    When that happens… that’s a sale. And everyone wins.

    I wouldn’t doubt in my mind that if George invested some time and energy, that he couldn’t sell his site for $46,000.

    Why not? I am not a crooked person, but many people are… and there are many stupid people out that that would be dumb enough to do it. (No Offense George! One day your site will be worth that much, but today… we both know that’s not true).

    Here is an idea for everyone who reads this post. This will be fun to do… and this will be a great experiment for all of us to do.

    (George Isn’t Selling) or as he says, this site would be the hardest site to part with…

    Let’s do a real time, real person, APPRAISAL on his site.

    How Much Would You Be Willing To Pay?

    Right now… this minute. How much will you pay for George’s site?

    Can George Make Big Money Online by selling his site, CanIMakeBigMoney.Com?

    Let’s Find out… I will place the opening bid:

    I would want in this deal:

    Free Hosting For One Year
    Rights To The Content
    No Rights To The Affiliate Links

    Again… George isn’t selling… and I am really not buying… but if George was selling his site, and I was in a position to buy it… my price would be $500.00

    Are you willing to out bid and pay just a little more?

    Comment below and let us know!

  9. Garry Conn on February 1st, 2007 2:30 am

    Wow… what a steal! Looks like I could land this site for $500… should have put a time frame in on this one, because I am sure there will be someone that bids $501.00 knocking me out of the game! lol

  10. George Manty on February 1st, 2007 7:52 am

    I bid 501.00 šŸ™‚

  11. Mark Evili (AKA Uberducky) on February 1st, 2007 10:17 am

    I must be doing something very very wrong, my blog is not worth anything. At least I get a few bucks a month from adbrite. I would be interested in any tips to make it worth more… actually thats why I am here.

  12. Garry Conn on February 22nd, 2007 12:16 am

    The widget is really just for entertainment. Mark your site is worth as much as you want it to be.

    Would you sell it to me for $100? What about $1200?

    What is the absolute lowest price you would see it to me for?

    Honestly… let me know, because you will basically be answer your own question.

    I don’t think that you are doing anything wrong. Your site is a blog. What is the value of your site… perhaps the value can’t be measured in money… if you want it to be, then you need to figure how how much money the site is generating per month.

    And I don’t mean how much money you put into your pocket… I mean total money that was generated.

    For example, If I have a site that has generated over $10,000.00 for the month of Jan.07

    Now I didn’t personally pocket $10,000.00 but that is how much money was generated from my site… using Amazon, Commission Junction, and CPA Warehouse…

    That is value… even though I didn’t pocket all that money… If I owned a business that sold the products that I sold for someone else, then why would that person not offer me at least two times that amount? $20,000.00

    My reports prove that he will cover the expense in two months and still have 10 months towards making nothing but profit.

    Value is all about perception, and perception is all about presentation, and presentation is all about information and how it is reported. Your site can be worth $1.00 or $1,000.00 or even more… the ball is in your court and you control the sale.

    The only thing I see you doing wrong, is downing your site when you should be upping it… I just visited your site and it looks good. Keep up the work and if you intend on selling it, then make efforts towards that and beef it up and make proactive decisions on how to increase traffic, reader base, and SEO. Read George’s site… tons of great posts here that will help.

    Take care,

  13. Junior Pouler on September 1st, 2007 2:00 pm

    i could bid $2 lol

  14. George Manty on September 4th, 2007 7:05 pm

    2 dollars won’t cut it, but maybe 3…

    with a lot of zeros after the 3 šŸ˜‰