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I have a website which is making $200-$300 per dayIt is very stable and has lot more potential

I have a website which is making $200-$300 per dayIt is very stable and has lot more potential.It has 1.2+ million facebook fans.
How much i can expect for this website?

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Send me the details of your business @ my email id - vinishkumar@hotmail.com

Feb 19, 2014
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Your fans quantity itself carry a very good value. Though the turnover is not significant, it can be improved if you hire professional business manager. If you provide your website address, I can help you to estimate the amount investor is willing to invest.

Aug 15, 2012
James E. Dilley
Dominon Brokerage, LLC
VA

I agree with all of the above answers. There is not enough information given to determine how much this business would be worth. There are too many factors to consider before you can list a price. How long has the company been up and running, what are you selling, is there merchandise that is attached to the business, etc. etc.

Christine Matthews
Dominion Brokerage

Aug 14, 2012
Buy-a- Company

Up to $1 million, depending on the particulars. What more can you share?

Aug 14, 2012
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Blackburn & Fears Inc
Principal
FL

Making? Gross sales or net? 5 or 7 days a week? How long has it produced this run rate? What is the industry?

Aug 14, 2012
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The BAF Group LLC
MD

Not enough information to go on.

Aug 14, 2012

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