Subscribe

  • Subscribe
  •  

    TwitterCounter for @chrisjacobsontwitter / chrisjacobsonChris Jacobson on FacebookChris Jacobson on YouTube

Apparently This Blog is Worth $5,421.50

November 6th, 2007 posted by · 5 Comments

What's your blog valued at?I came across a post on the weekend which lists the current value of Make Money Online blogs. It’s a very interesting post and I was shocked at some of the dollar values. Basically what it says is that for each RSS subscriber you have, consider that to be a value of $30.98 each. With no real surprise to me, I see ProBlogger is #1 and valued at $1,079,529.08. Of course following Darren’s #1 spot are ShoeMoney and John Chow.

Money Making Scoop ranks about half way down the list with 175 subscribers and a value of $5,421.50. Hey, for only blogging since September I’ll take it. :mrgreen:

Where does your blog rank on this list? Find out.

If it’s not on there, multiply your RSS subscriber number (Feedburner) by $30.98 and let me know in the comments.



Tweet This Tweet This Post!
5 Comments so far
  1. Debo Hobo MyAvatars 0.2

    That is interestig I did not know that subcribers added monetary value to a blog. Cool!

    There is BlogJuice widget on my blog that supposedly tallies up the value of blogs as well.

  2. Jug MyAvatars 0.2

    Hmm? The value of a blog based on its number of readers? Very interesting indeed! :mrgreen:

    But I think there are subscribers who made new e-mail addresses and forgot all about their e-mail subscriptions.. So I don’t think each of them is worth $30.98.

  3. Missy MyAvatars 0.2

    Hi—-According to the RSS factor, my blog would be worth around $2,800. Sweetness! I love that blogs have equity and are like investments.

    I like the header on your blog and the way you have customized the Cutline theme.

    Are you a designer or did you hire someone?

  4. Chris Jacobson MyAvatars 0.2

    @Missy: I’m not that much of a designer, but I did what I could with the header and the customization of the Cutline theme. Thanks for the comment. :smile:

  5. Chuck Anthony MyAvatars 0.2

    Thanks for the info on ‘blogworth’. What might be an interesting study is how it relates to real net worth. Sales of blog real estate for example, versus the number of subscribers. Do you think that would be of value to an advertiser?