50 Most Richest Websites and How Much Dollars They are Worth




Have you ever wondered which are the richest websites and how much dollars they are worth? Browse the richest websites around the Net that are analyzed by our free service. Don’t be surprised if Google and Facebook are the most valued websites, they are just awesome services and used almost by anyone.

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Domain
Worth
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$ 2,251,398,237 USD
2
$ 1,125,699,118 USD
3
$ 733,384,039 USD
4
$ 555,020,291 USD
5
$ 440,030,424 USD
6
$ 344,715,558 USD
7
$ 331,195,490 USD
8
$ 275,363,908 USD
9
$ 251,900,569 USD
10
$ 222,008,116 USD
11
$ 207,536,737 USD
12
$ 188,692,745 USD
13
$ 158,032,209 USD
14
$ 156,102,999 USD
15
$ 150,120,740 USD
16
$ 143,758,503 USD
17
$ 143,613,326 USD
18
$ 119,292,936 USD
19
$ 117,933,417 USD
20
$ 114,678,835 USD
21
$ 108,146,851 USD
22
$ 106,270,934 USD
23
$ 100,006,914 USD
24
$ 95,626,626 USD
25
$ 91,643,467 USD
26
$ 90,908,328 USD
27
$ 85,615,026 USD
28
$ 83,641,661 USD
29
$ 80,578,368 USD
30
$ 78,175,356 USD
31
$ 78,166,554 USD
32
$ 75,724,696 USD
33
$ 73,929,406 USD
34
$ 72,408,927 USD
35
$ 71,705,613 USD
36
$ 68,839,976 USD
37
$ 68,754,754 USD
38
$ 67,275,187 USD
39
$ 62,099,969 USD
40
$ 61,154,759 USD
41
$ 61,151,679 USD
42
$ 60,669,724 USD
43
$ 60,075,590 USD
44
$ 58,455,454 USD
45
$ 57,803,179 USD
46
$ 57,803,179 USD
47
$ 55,643,224 USD
48
$ 53,783,626 USD
49
$ 53,703,031 USD
50
$ 52,461,874 USD


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Best online business to start with no money

The great thing about starting an online business is that it’s one of the more affordable business options, and for the most part, can be started from home.

Beyond making sure you’re registered as a business entity, all you really need to get going is a home office (and even that isn’t a strict requirement), a good internet connection, and some great entrepreneurial follow through.

If you’re not sure you’re cut out to be an entrepreneur, take our quiz; otherwise, keep reading. Hopefully, one of the ideas listed below will strike a chord and excite you enough to download our startup checklist—your first point of reference as you begin your entrepreneurial journey.



Freelance writer

It’s hardly a surprise that freelance writer makes the list of online businesses you can start. With the rise of content marketing, online writers have never been more in demand.

To kickstart your career, set up a profile on popular freelance websites like Upwork and Freelancer and start building your portfolio. A website will also be essential as people will want to see your writing collated in one place so they can get a sense of your style, the topics you cover, and of course, your personality.

Beyond being an excellent writer (and a good editor), if you really want to excel as a freelance writer, you will need to be a pretty speedy writer too.

Social media consultant

Do you have a knack for social media? If you’re a strong writer, creative, and love staying on top of the latest social media trends, this might be the perfect opportunity for you.

Many business owners either do not understand the intricacies of using social media to build a brand and cultivate a loyal online following or don’t even know how to use social media at all. By offering your skills as a social media consultant, you can either help businesses craft a social media game plan or take control of their social accounts directly and post updates to various platforms.

Web designer

If you know how to design websites, you have a potentially broad client base, including website developers (many of whom can build websites but not design them) and entrepreneurs themselves.

If you’ve got an eye for design but no formal web design training, you can still break into the industry with a little informal education and a good portfolio. In fact, in this industry, your portfolio is going to be everything—not your degree! That being said, make sure to only showcase your best work.

Graphic designer

In the same vein as a web designer, if you have the skills to design logos, brand packages, social media graphics, brochures, posters, and other materials companies and individuals frequently request, this is a business you may love running. You’ll have to be self-motivated, have an eye for detail, and be clear about setting expectations.

SEO consultant

Search engine optimization, more commonly known as SEO, is the practice of optimizing web pages, advertisements, and other online content so that it is more likely to be picked up (and ideally ranked highly) by Google and related search engines.

If you are data-driven and internet savvy, this is a good potential career opportunity for you. Make sure to have a good handle on Google Analytics, as you will likely be using it time and time again.



Business coach

If you have a knack for helping people achieve success via coaching, you may enjoy this line of work.

Rather than being hired as a consultant to help people problem solve issues in their business, you’ll be helping people find success by focusing on personal development. This might include mastering time management, putting an end to procrastination, improving decision making, and ultimately, getting your clients to take action.

App developer

According to SimilarWeb’s State of Mobile Web U.S. 2015 report, approximately 56 percent of consumer traffic to leading U.S. websites is from mobile devices. And, given that apps are now more popular than the mobile web, it makes sense to consider this online business if you have coding skills.

You can either look to creating your own apps as a way to earn money or offer to create apps for others. To learn more about becoming an app developer, check out this Udacity course, or sign up for Google’s Android Developer Nanodegree—a cool new program that will set you apart.

Online retailer

Does the idea of setting up an online shop excite you? If so, you’re not alone. This is an increasingly popular profession, made even easier by the host of websites that will walk you through the process.

If there’s something you’d like to sell, be sure to know how to set up a home-based business, make sure you have a space to store all of your wares and set up an online account with the post office so that mailing is as easy as possible. You may also want to look into cross-selling on sites like eBay.

Otherwise, start looking into platforms that will make selling online easy. You might consider Shopify,BigCommerce,Wix, and Weebly, though no doubt there are many others for you to choose from.

Everything said and done, this is also one of the professions that may require you have at least a little startup capital as you will need to purchase inventory.

Virtual assistant

We mentioned this career opportunity in our article on home-based businesses, but it’s a great online business to mention too. There are a number of online platforms that make running a VA business easy, including TaskRabbit,Zirtual,Upwork,PeoplePerHour and so on.

If you’re super organized and can quickly and efficiently carry out tasks, you may want to put your skills to use—becoming a virtual assistant is like becoming a personal assistant or task master. Services you might offer include project management, writing, running errands, performing research, and so on. The list is really endless.

Artisan

If you’re creative, crafty, and have the ability to make handmade items in bulk, you may just want to turn your hobby into a business.

People love buying handmade goods, and sites like Etsy break down barriers, making it easy for just about anyone to sell their wares for a very modest fee. If you can knit, sew, design graphics, turn wood, make jewelry, paint, make soap, create paper products, and so on, you may be sitting on a perfect business opportunity.

Patron-backed creator

Ever wondered how musicians, aspiring movie-makers, comedians, and comic book artists make money before they make it big? Well, beyond the local gigs, they now have online opportunities to help them fast track their way to fame and glory—sort of.

Sites like Patreon allow interested patrons to donate either a monthly fee (in exchange for content produced by the artist/entrepreneur) or a fee per creation. To learn more about how you can make this model work for you, read our guide on How to Use Patreon to Start a Business and check out our favorite Patreon profiles, which should give you some good ideas. If you’re looking to start a side business online, this one might be right up your alley!