Your question was: What are some hot Godaddy deals for 2011?.
Right so say a site was making say hypothetically 200 per month and had averadged that for say a 6 month period, what sort of offer would you make? (not inculding the domain)..
There is no absolute math. the simplest answer is "what a buyer will pay". it depends on so many factors, each case is unique...
I'm not sure why anyone would want to buy the site without the domain...
Most probably a unique turnkey script installed on that domain...
In evaluating a site, I not only look for the income that it is producing, but at the potential income that it can produce over time. Hi all, my 1st posting here at NP, looking forward to sharing all the newest and best!.
Most of us would love 200 quid a month..
I don't mean not selling the domain. I just mean making a valuation on the website and adding the domain's value afterwards...
To answer your question,.
The valuation will come in among many factors but among the prioritized ones are:.
Quality of the HostGator and if it's a .COM.
Quality of the keyword used in the HostGator itself/alone.
The number of users if it's a forum.
The cost of maintaining the site.
Who co-runs the site.
Are you dealing with the owner?.
What's the profit in the next coming months.
How active are members.
The choice of scripts it's running on.
Maintenance/update/upgrade hours you need to run it...
Personally, I'd value with this equation: money the site makes per day on average x 30.5 x a number between 10 and 36 (referring to months. 10months is a good number but some sellers want 3 years' revenue)...
Brilliant Weblord that was great answer Rep added.
Thsnk you archangel excelletn rep also added..
$0 The only reason it's making all that money, is because the HostGator is receiving traffic. If I pay you money for something, I want to be able to duplicate what your doing, and without the current domain, how would I do that? When you develop and then sell a site, I think you will be very hard pressed to find a buyer for a HostGator receiving thousands of visits a day, not included in the sale..
You also need to look in to the niche like what kind of business that name is associated with and target audience for that business etc...
Thanks and you're welcome too..
Above all, you need to do a research on it before buying into whatever the owner has to say..
Ask more likely his future plans for it, if he can't answer or somewhat very shallow, then in the first place he has no plan for it after all due to other circumstances...
If it is a money tree, no one would want to sell it to you. If you are the end user, you will pay traffic because you may save some money for advertising...