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    The valuation is typically based on not one but several years of net profit. For smaller and regular (not hyped startups) companies it is usually 4-5 years back. Aim for 5-6 and maybe they settle with 4 or 5


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    you must market and used all media for marketing


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    Decide if market capitalization is the best valuation option. ...
    Determine the company's current share price. ...
    Find the number of shares outstanding. ...
    Multiply shares outstanding number by the current stock price to determine the market capitalization.


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    Amazon: A Major Marketplace like eBay, but Cheaper.
    Etsy (as well as Ruby Lane): The Artsy-Crafty Platforms.
    Bonanza: A Fast-Growing Online Marketplace.


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    Depending on the type of website, a good general rule of thumb is 24-36x the monthly revenue.


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    Generally, it's not illegal to resell an item that you have legitimately purchased. Once you have purchased something at retail it is yours to do with as you choose. Manufacturers tend to have little or no control over a product past the first customer they sell to. ... Third, there are sales tax issues


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