I found this fun widget: a way to find out (and post on your blog) how much your website is worth, based on the links pointing back to it.
According to this site, mine is currently worth $2,984.00. Probably not accurate, but fun nevertheless!
Just for sh!ts and giggles, I'm going to add the graphic (which is supposed to update automatically) to my sidebar.
Friday, October 12, 2007
What my website is worth
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I like this one better than the other one I've seen. This one says my site is worth over $1000 more than the other. :-)
I wonder how they figure it out?
Well, I wish this was accurate too. I might consider selling! Nah! Telling people "Screw You!" is too much fun.
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