Stimator and Dataopedia: How Much is that Site Worth?
Article by George Norman
On 12 Feb 2009
As Google has recently proved, a day without access to internet is as bad as a day in the desert with no water and no chances of getting rescued in sight. Some of us would like to get a more in-depth look at the web pages we visit often or randomly discover, and that is why I thought it a good idea to present Stimator and Dataopedia to you.

Stimator is incredibly simple to use: just visit the web page, type in the URL of the web page you want to check out, and in no time at all you will find out how much that site is worth in US dollars. We got a pretty good website value for, but it was nothing compared to Google’s value of several hundred million $USD. For additional info click “View Report” and view details on the web page’s popularity, web recognition, and social score to name just a few. For European users there is also the option to view a site’s value in Euros.


The only problem with Stimator is that you have to be accurate with the site’s address. What this means is that if the site starts with “www”, type it accordingly; if it does not have the “www”, then don’t type it in. You may get different results for the same web page if you insert or omit “www”.

The Dataopedia web page is just as easy to use, meaning that all you have to do is enter the address and wait for the results. Unlike Stimator, which is really just one way to brag about how much your site is worth, Dataopedia takes things one step further by using some 50 different sources in its analysis process. Here are just some of the results Dataopedia will display: traffic, top countries visitors come from, top subdomains, page views, reach, popularity, and so on.

One thing that you will find of interest is the fact that Dataopedia shows you whether content from the page made it to Google News. This is actually of more interest to the site’s owners rather than the visitor, but since we’ve already gotten into this, here is a bonus. You can track your site or blog directly from your iPhone with Analytics App, which is powered by Google Analytics and displays info such as visits, unique visits, and average page views. Alternatively, you might want to protect your original content with CopyGator.

Tags: Stimator, Dataopedia. Analytics App, CopyGator
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