Remember that this blog is for entertainment purposes only and while
we have attempted to make it as accurate as we can, you have to remember
that this is just for fun and is estimated from the values you give below. A blog is only worth what someone is willing to pay for it. To generate your blog value we use the following…
Google Page Rank
PageRank is an analysis algorithm, named after Larry Page of Google
which is used to determine a web page’s importance in search results.
Alexa ranks sites based on tracking information of users and is
indicative of traffic volumes. The ranking is based on three-month data
whether or not your blog has its own domain name.
A considered value rank of top level domains.
The length of the domain name considered for SEO purposes.
The number of your website’s pages indexed in search engines.
DMoz is a multilingual open content directory of World Wide Web
links – also known as The Open Directory Project (ODP). We search DMoz
for your site and add value if we find it.
The number of articles which are more than 3 months old and still bring in 100 visitors per month
Whether or not the design of your blog if unique or a template which may be replicated by others.
Does your blog appeal to a global audience or a narrow niche?
The monthly number of visitors to the blog.
Total monthly income generated by the blog.
Total monthly costs attributed to the blog – hosting, web design costs etc.
The number of years for which the blog has been going.