If you’re an investor then you probably know how to value a startup, stock, business, company or whatever it is. But the valuation of web properties (and blogs) is entirely different when compared to a real business.
Okay, I’m NOT going to review any of those stupid website valuation tools or free domain appraisal services as they’re completely absurd. They all value a website based on Google PageRank and Alexa Traffic and show inflated traffic estimates based on that. At least they could have used SEOmoz stats while valuing a domain name and its link profile but they don’t.
[quote]The only person who could value your domain or website is you![/quote]
You decide whether to sell or not. If someone offered X dollars for your website and you think that your website will be able to generate more income than that then it’s not a good idea to sell!