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Jeremy Sells Wealthy Blogger

Posted By Darren Rowse 19th of August 2005 Pro Blogging News 0 Comments

Jeremy Wright put his Wealthy Blogger blog up for sale and a few hours later it was sold for $2000.The auction was here. Not too bad for a 6 month old blog with 120 posts on it.

$16.66 per post resale value (plus the $3-$5 they were earning per day from it recently).

I’m not really sure how one makes a decision on how much to sell a blog for but it seems he got what he were asking for.

Congratulations to Jeremy.

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  • What sort of traffic was he getting to the site?

  • Is he getting out of blogging or just unloading that blog? I wonder if anybody would give me $2,000 for The Barter Blog…..

  • Whoever bought this blog made a very good deal. 2000$ is less than this blog is making yearly with AdSense.

  • Not getting out of blogging. We simply ran out of things we personally had to say about personal finance.

  • Jeremy, you should have given me a chance :-)

  • Jon

    wish I would’ve known, I would have paid that price.

  • great money for it. We are both on the way to becoming millionaires Darren, at least on paper :-)

  • I started thinking how much a blog site might be worth.. Different bloggers have different situations. So I wrote a post on my friend’s site this time to dump my thoughts on the subect.

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  • Very interesting concept- that of selling Blogs.
    Mine just started getting massive SE hits, so things are looking up!
    Still wouldn’t sell what is a “less than break even- but still enjoyable hobby”, unless I thought I could retire on it and start fresh! LOL