$29,344

Last I checked, according to dnscoop.com, spoken-for.org was worth $29,344.

So, for that price, this blog is officially for sale. ;-)

Heck, I’ll even give it to you for $25k or if I like you enough $20k. That’s a steal!

C’mon, which one of you wants to get us out of debt? :)

Addendum: Okay, so I just had to update this post. Another website says my blog is worth $73,954.74.

Muahahaha. Hehe.

But it’s funny that I would post this yesterday then get an email today sent from my site where someone was kindly letting me know that the domain name valerie.com is for sale and since when you Google “valerie,” you get me, and I am the best Valerie anywhere… yeah. But the guy who’s selling the domain is trying to get – get this – $35k for it. Pay $55k and you can get redo.com, too.

You know, I’d love to own valerie.com. There was a time I was very sad it was already taken. But that guy is smoking something if he thinks he can get $35k for an undeveloped website with no standing with Google or Alexa.

He’s also on crack to think that Valerie is a “very common name.” According to census statistics, only 0.149% of US women are named Valerie. It’s not like Emily which is currently the top female baby name or Elizabeth which is currently 5th of all female names in the US, or something.

:)

17 Comments

  1. How is it worth that much? That is weird that an internet site is worth something crazy like that.

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  2. Congrats! Mine’s only worth $4,682.40. You rock, girl! :)

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  3. Woo-hoo! $2.6 million!

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  4. Owen, you can stop bragging now. :P And now you can reach deep into your pockets and buy my site. :-D

    Okay I totally had to update this post though, hehehehehehehe

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  5. Haha those e-mails always crack me up. It’s like yeah buddy, can I have some of what your smoking please? I entered my site in that second one and it says its worth 24k. Not bad for a random domain name thats only been up for a year and a half haha xD!

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  6. That would be pretty gosh darn schweet way of making a load of money. :P

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  7. LOL! My site isn’t worth more than $4,011, but hey I could use that money ;)
    Congrats, Val!!

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  8. So, the other site tells my domain is worth $72,825.66, so there ;) LOL

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  9. w00t! So my rank must be back up. lol

    Bidders? Anyone? ;-)

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  10. Explain to me then, please, how it is that dnscoop.com was registered in October of 2006 before smartpagerank.com’s date of January 2007?

    Just a valid question imo

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  11. Being registered first does not mean fully designed first.

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  12. Of course not. I’m just looking for some proof of which site was created first. Both sites seem to claim they were first.

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  13. They’re both completely inaccurate in dollar amounts of worth. Is PageRank even still a valid method for determining value? Neither service offers targeted results – saying that it’s viewed by more “mommy-blogger” audience versus “poli-blogger” audience. They offer no value rankings by keyword, and no distinction of value for specific pages that might be more valuable. Neither offers nothing more than that arbitrary dollar amount which is generated by attaching some values to page ranks, search result counts, and Alexa ratings that are all publicly available.

    Any competent PHP coder could rewrite either of those sites in about an hour.

    They’re both just fun toys. If you really wanted to be serious about marketing a site, neither of these sites offer much value.

    In my estimation, either of those sites is worth about $13 – just a tad more than what it would take to transfer the domain.

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  14. Yes, just pure fun! I’m still waiting on that $2,263,945 Christopher told me about… ;-)

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  15. Sorry, I should have added that I didn’t see much point in making a stink about who stole what hour-code-job from whom, which was the whole point of my rant. :)

    Yes, I want my cash, too. Actually, I would prefer that cash for continuing to write my blog.

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