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That number, according to dnScoop, is how much RAB is worth. The Juiced Sports Blog claims that we’re the 84th most valuable blog on the blogosphere, and that’s pretty freakin’ cool. If anyone’s interested in buying the site, we’re open to negotiations.

(h/t to Pinto)

Pettitte, Yanks salvage the finale
How blogs have changed the way we follow our beloved team
  • Manimal

    yeah sure let me write a check…

    • http://www.riveraveblues.com Mike A.

      Cash only. Unmarked, non-sequential bills…

  • George

    what no triple zeros at the end of that figure?

  • Rob

    Don’t get too excited :)

    I just checked by site and it’s worth $3,630,040

  • Adam

    arod makes $51,294 every 16 hours 39 minutes.

    • TurnTwo

      ha! way to put it into perspective.

  • http://www.workwithpete.com Pete

    Woohoo, mine’s worth $433! I can get that new PS3 I’ve had my eye on…

  • Chris

    I’ll give you $1…ok $2…but thats my final offer.

  • http://ibleedblueandwhite.blogspot.com Jamie

    Does it hurt your feelings that Waswatching is worth more?

    • Adam

      River Ave. Blues has a higher Alexa rank and their links are worth more. WasWatching is worth more because its domain name is older. It is also terribly frustrating to read.

      • George

        I agree with you. It is difficult to read that site. With some good marketing and word of mouth advertising, RAB will be a seven plus figure blog site in less than a year.

    • dan

      To add to the other 2 comments, I think it’s also worth more because of its affiliation with SNY

  • Sal

    How do you see the full list?

  • Sal


  • yanks99

    If I buy the site does that mean you guys work for me and I can tell you what I want you to write?

  • Manimal

    Does that include money made from those Big Three T-shirts? And just wondering how much money monthly does it take to keep RAB running?

    • http://riveraveblues.com Mike A.

      The site’s pretty much self-sustaining at that point, but that’s it. Just about any profit we put back into the site with contest givewaway’s and stuff, or we sponsor a B-Ref page, stuff like that.

      • Manimal

        Thats good. Did we ever find a winner for that “First_____ of the season” contest?

        • http://www.riveraveblues.com Mike A.

          There is somewhere. We still need to go through the entries. We’ve really been slacking off with this and should get it done. Who’s going to want a 2008 baseball game in Septemeber, you know?

          We’ll try to get it done with weekend.

  • Thomas

    You have to love Fire Joe Morgan, but how is a blog with no advertising worth about $52,000 (more than this site)?

  • dan

    I guess USSM isn’t worth so much because they just introduced legit advertising a few weeks/months ago. And maybe FJM’s value lies in its potential for advertising because of its wide readership.

  • http://www.yanksblog.com Patrick

    For anyone who isn’t in website management, ownership or development, you should know that these numbers really don’t have much meaning – they are just for fun and, for the most part, will not approach what the site would actually sell for. Most websites these days tend to be sold based upon a multiple of monthly earnings (12x is a popular one). So, for example, you might take the average monthly earnings over the past 6 months, multiple it by 12 and have a price some would be willing to pay. Or something along those lines.

    Wondering about the completeness of that list – we’re worth $184k! heh.

  • Rich