So, how much do you think the old Canadian Capitalist blog is worth? I checked out the blog worth calculator (thanks to Jim over at Blueprint for pointing it out) and almost choked on my coffee to find that it is worth over $30,000 (at least in the dream world). FYI, I receive less than $100 each month from the Google Adsense program. Considering that as “non-GAAP earnings” (valuing the hours I put into the blog at $0), the P/E for the blog is somewhere over 35. At least, it is not as expensive as Baidu.com (NASDAQ: BIDU)!
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