Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by sphex, Sep 12, 2015.
There are websites that claim this, but I've never seen any that's actually accurate. Ever.
But both these website i wrote.. They much have a huge huge income. Amazon as the biggest.
Charlie Floats earns the most on the internet. He has his own spaceship you know.
I usually use w3snoop to see competition's traffic and earnings, but it's not always %100 accurate. Take it with a grain of salt, but you can for the most part get a rough idea of what a website is worth.
If the websites are publicly traded companies, they would publish regular quarterly earnings reports.
You could then simply add up four consecutive reports and find out the yearly revenue.
Please note that there is a difference between revenue and net profit.
So even though revenue figures might sound astonishing, if the costs are high, the net profit might not end up being so big.
I would be surprised if they were 10% accurate. Those websites CANNOT calculate true value of a website without human verification and based only on Alexa ranking and backlinks...
I use siteprice to get a rough idea about daily unique visitor and estimated adsexse earning and website worth too.
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