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    Quote Originally Posted by DonL View Post
    That site is just one that can be used.

    You can get better stats on the IP closer to your provider.

    Terry does very good.

    He be the Man for sure.

    Thanks Terry.

    Happy Green Beer day.
    Oh I have full stats and I do know exactly what they are.
    I see them everyday.
    Most of these sites that "Value" a website are way off the mark....
    I sometimes look at them when I see one, but have yet to see one that is remotely accurate in traffic or, revenue...
    Laughable at best by what I see. That site had my site's revenue at a level I achieve in an hour or less not a month...

    Simply said selling a site would be like selling a business where you would open the books to a prospective buyer...
    I like the way FaceBook opened it's books on their IPO... ROFLMAO
    For some reason I missed buying into that one...
    Who could have seen that fleecing coming?

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    Disclosures on RE... you need to disclose termite and other infestation, etc, you cannot hide things like water damage physically, etc, there are things you need to disclose, yes, but, maybe it is state to state but, something a seller is not required to disclose, at least not in my state, ie reason for selling, it is buyers beware, do your homework and get a home inspector who can see; etc, commercial again, different disclosures. I don't think, many people Red, want to make their finances an open book. At least not the people I worked with, the buyers had a hard time getting past they needed to disclose to "me" their earnings, etc, lol. I was not being nebby, I told them, just doing my job. I had to sign in blood I would not disclose it anyone but those I listed on the paperwork, and, I simply, don't have alot of that red stuff to spare, lol.

    I don't have facebook. Never did. Never will.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redwood View Post
    Oh I have full stats and I do know exactly what they are.
    I see them everyday.
    Most of these sites that "Value" a website are way off the mark....
    I sometimes look at them when I see one, but have yet to see one that is remotely accurate in traffic or, revenue...
    Laughable at best by what I see. That site had my site's revenue at a level I achieve in an hour or less not a month...

    Simply said selling a site would be like selling a business where you would open the books to a prospective buyer...
    I like the way FaceBook opened it's books on their IPO... ROFLMAO
    For some reason I missed buying into that one...
    Who could have seen that fleecing coming?

    Facebook is getting to be a PITA.

    Site data is traceable but you have to be a member to get a good count.

    The new scam now that I see is someone will make a large offer for a site that you own with no intent to buy. They actually want to sell you another one.

    I told one of them to give me the Money, Never heard back.

    Google maps has old data also.

    The use of robots to get website hits up are the norm for many websites that are for sale, mostly in a auction, to help drive the price up.
    Theory only works perfect in a vacuum.

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    There are many sites that give some good info.

    http://www.worthofweb.com/

    http://www.freewebsitereport.org/


    It is like a network speed test, don't trust just 1.


    http://speedtest.comcast.net/

    http://www.speakeasy.net/speedtest/
    Theory only works perfect in a vacuum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cookie View Post
    I don't have facebook. Never did. Never will.

    You have to go with the flow to reach the Top , In the eyes of the Public.

    You need to FB & Tweet too be cool. So says the new Pope.
    Theory only works perfect in a vacuum.

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