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For What It s Worth

JimFormation has elected not to chase down any of the revenue generating models that are popular on blogs these days. It s not that I haven t thought of it. It s not that I couldn t use the extra do-ray-mi that might come in each month. It s not that it wouldn t be a fun experiment. It s just that I haven t done it.

All that said, one dude thinks JimFormation is worth over $10,000 US. (You can follow that link and find out what your blog might be worth too.)

Imagine what would happen if I really started posting? Or if this site had any cohesion? Or if I networked among the greater blog community giving me more and more incoming links (the web s currency)?

The guy who wrote the script that says what your website is worth, do you want to know what he says his website is worth? Over $10,000,000. Seriously.

I m in the right business but with the wrong website

DrudgeReport.com, however, is worthless. $0.00.


Tanj said:

Let me get this straight...

You are somehow in this man's eyes worth 10 Mil (I counted the zeros, it's what I do)
but Drudge is worth nothing?

I knew of this site before-hand. I also came up worth nothing-to-no-one.

Sitting and behaving in the backseat with Matt.

But you? 10 mil? I question the sites algorythms! What's the sweet spot?

Posted on Mar 01, 2006 02:00 PM

Jim said:

No. He's worth $10 million; I'm worth $10 thousand; Matt Drudge is worth $0.00.

Posted on Mar 01, 2006 03:18 PM

Ray said:

The internet is still shit.

Posted on Mar 01, 2006 11:25 PM

August said:

I'm worth nothing as well!

Posted on Mar 03, 2006 07:23 PM

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