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Online Business Value Calculator

If you’re considering selling your online business, then you first need to understand what it might be worth. Of course, all online businesses are valued differently and each business is unique. However, one of the main factors that influences the value of your business is its cash flow. Thankfully, if you’re looking to accurately value your online business using this metric, it’s quick and easy to use our online business value estimation calculator.

For our value estimation calculator to accurately value your online business, you’ll just need to tell us about your initial investment, including the price you’re hoping to sell for, the discount rate and the price adjusted discount rate. Then, we’ll need to know about the cash flow of your business over the past few years and whether you intend to sell your business or keep it. Using the online business value estimation calculator really is as simple as that.

However, please keep in mind that our value estimation calculator will only tell you the current value of future cash flow. As a result, although this is a useful tool for analyzing cash flow, it does not take into account goodwill, inventory, content, software or any other value the website or domain might have. That said, understanding the value of the cash flow is imperative when valuing an online business.

Considering selling your business? Then speak to one of our experienced online business brokers. They will review your online business and discuss the options for sale with you. Get in touch today to receive a free value estimation.

Step 1 - Project Details:

Each project requires a name to make further use of the calculator more convenient. Each new name will be saved as a Project which you can return to at a later time.

Step 2 - Initial Investment:

Here we factor in the initial purchase price for the website you are considering investing in, as well as taking into account the discount rate, risk adjustment, and risk adjusted discount rate.

Step 3 - Cash Flows:

Here we are taking into account the annual revenue and annual expenses of the website. We have defaulted to three years. You can add or remove years as you see fit.

    Step 4 - Final Step:

    To calculate the final information we need to know if the intent is to sell the property, or maintain ownership.

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