This is one of the Internet’s well best kept secrets. Investors are quick to become interested in buying a company with an income worth $1 dollar that they buy for 50 cents, but rarely do investors examine or understand the virtual assets available online. This article reveals some of the best kept secrets of the world wide web.
In the real world, a company for sale is valued typically by its income power multiplied by 2 to 3 years. In other words, if you were considering a coffee shop and it was grossing $100,000 a year, you would expect to pay $200,000 to $300,000 dollars depending on other factors like asset levels and any liabilities.
On the internet, you can buy a micro business, that makes maybe $15,000 a year for just $1500 dollars. This is astounding but the main reason is because the last dot com boom really sucked the value out of internet real estate causing an extended period of disinterest by investors. It is a dormant beast waiting to come to life again. Right now, this typical valuation on especially the very small business is not likely to change in the next month, but may change soon.
The interesting part about being able to buy income so cheaply, is that it is generally automated. Much of the product sold on line is of a digital nature, like software, information, music and other digital products. This means customers serve themselves without much input from the owner. What this means is that you could literally buy a million dollar income for $150,000 dollars made up of 100 of these smaller micro businesses.