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    Talking Shareasale.com Estimated Worth $2.23 Million USD
    Shareasale.com Estimated Worth $2.23 Million USD
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    http://www.websiteoutlook.com/www.shareasale.com

    I think I am a few pennies short to buy it.


    Looking at lostgolfballs.com, it is less than $20k

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    They missed all the "goodwill" + the value of Ctang

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    Sites like that drastically undervalue ecommerce sites. For instance, it values Overstock at $3.27 million while the market values them at $250 million.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelColey
    Sites like that drastically undervalue ecommerce sites. For instance, it values Overstock at $3.27 million while the market values them at $250 million.
    They value Google at $2.4B vs. its real market value of $124B

    One could conjecture that the real value of SAS is $100-$200m based on their figure...
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    Actually, these values are the REAL ONES based on cold, hard dollars ... the stock market is all about 'potential' and does not relate much to reality ... think 'subprime mortages.

    These values can be looked at as 'replacement' costs. You could easily replace SAS for $2.4 million ... But what is missing, is how much PROFIT, does SAS generate? My guess is that SAS is easily worth about $24 million given good will and such.

    It would be worth much more, if Brian would fix all the little stuff that is so annoying, like listing all the CLOSED programs on your list and the search function so you could find stuff more easily.

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    Very interesting...

    Just checked my site nextgenlinks.com and it's valued at only $38,784.9...

    It cost more than that just to get programmed

    But based on the hard facts, time the site has been live, PR and traffic it's a reasonable figure.

    Reality: If I were to sell it would be for 3-4 times that starting bid.

    I checked some other sites that I know their worth and the theme seems to be 4 times whatever they say the worth is...

    Charles

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    According this tool, our site's net worth is $113,799.70.

    Having, um, inside information on our books, I'll say that's just a tad low.


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