Startup profile: Worth Sure — estimate the worth of, and trade, websites

by | May 5, 2017

Launched by Kalu Uma in September 2016, Worth Sure is an online platform that enables website owners to calculate the worth of their websites.

The platform also serves as a marketplace for buying and selling websites. Website owners can also list their sites for sale so that interested buyers can contact them.

How Worth Sure works

Users simply paste the URL of their websites into Worth Sure’s estimation bar and then tap calculate. Upon website analysis completion, elaborate details such as the site worth estimation, website owner verification module, and the detailed analytical information is presented. All of these are available for free.

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Impressions

Calculating the worth of a website could be more tedious than estimating the valuation of a real property. Unfortunately, unlike the latter, there seems to be no physical agencies that cater for online properties. As a result, Worth Sure could be a valuable asset.

Are you curious about knowing what your website is worth? Then do not hesitate to visit the website.

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