How much do you think this site might sell for?
  • I'm getting ready to list this site in a couple of days and thought I might get your opinions about it. I don't really want to send you to the site itself because it'll skew the stats, so I'll just show you a couple of screenshots.

    The listing in progress:
    http://www.fileden.com/files/2011/10/15/3209602/pr2-alexa-3m-ranking-for-many-keywords-3000-uv-monthly-hot-mobile.png

    A screenshot of the site, after my groovy redesign:
    http://www.fileden.com/files/2011/10/15/3209602/fruitninja_net_screenshotfull.png

    The GA pdf:
    http://www.fileden.com/files/2011/10/15/3209602/analyticsfruitninja.jpg

    Keyword rankings screenshot:
    http://www.fileden.com/files/2011/10/15/3209602/fruitninjakeywords.png

    You can see the stats drop off in September and then drift down more in October, but the site still gets at least 50 uniques a day. I've made a couple new posts and thought about keeping the site for a couple months to get the traffic up but I'd really rather get rid of it quickly.

    Any feedback would be greatly appreciated!
    Post edited by Unknown User at 2011-10-25 10:39:39
  • Have you searched similar auctions to see what they sold for?
  • Yes I have searched similar auctions on flippa 'cause that's the core of your method here so that's among the first things I do when looking at a site.

    When you say 'search similar auctions' you mean plug in the traffic, pr, alexa, revenue etc. in advanced search and look at won auctions- right? So I do that and then also add the niche or maybe do another search just on the niche.

    But the results are pretty much always spread over a wide range, like anywhere from less than $100 to over $5000 so it's hard to get a grasp on it.

    Any tips on how you do that search on flippa or how to look at the results?
  • I ran it through the valuation tool on flipfilter and it gave me the number $998. I think this might be a little on the high end, but at least it's a number to get you started.