This is my memo for IDM, Electronica and HOuse mix music. If you want to know labls, here is some links.
Mouse on mard
The one of the most famous CSS garally, Stylegala, in the world was sold around 40K!! Is it cheper or higher price?
I guess it is cheap if we consider stylegala had been managing its site. But, …
Goobye WEB Standards Awards
Age of site (months): 20
Monthly revenue: ca 2500 USD
Monthly expenses: none. Stylegala is a community and hosting is sponsored.
Details can be sent upon request. Revenue is generated from several sources of income.
Monthly page views: 4.200.000
Around 900.000 Visits and 4.000.000 PV in April according to our Urchin stats.
About 3000 backlinks in google, including sitepronews, slashdot, macworld, zeldman etc. Over 4000 del.icio.us fans. Listed in the DMOZ and high PR all over the site.
From the DMOZ and Alexa/Google description:
“Intelligent and frank up-to-the-minute analysis of the very latest and best in graphic design for the web. Comprises editorial nominations, reviews and member voting.”
Stylegala.com is a high-end web design publication that has been widely recognized in the professional web design community. It features a web design gallery, a news archive with more than 150 posts/month, special features such as the popular bullet madness and a css reference, our forum with 4.200 users and 17.000 posts, some articles and other resources and 2 amazon shops (software and books).
The site does not use a pre-made CMS, instead it boasts a custom built system with mySQL and PHP integration to be able to parse data from our databases in a unique and customized way. A simple news admin and gallery admin is included, both for administrators and publishers.
All code is strict XHTML and it uses CSS for all design elements and layouts.
We have a number of very good news submitters and gallery judges such as Dave Shea (CSS Zen Garden), Mike Davidson (NewsVine), Roger Johansson (456bereastreet.com), Shaun Inman (Sifr) etc. We also have a popular public channel.
With over 30.000 daily visits on weekdays, stylegala.com is one of the most popular sites on the web in this genre. The site is hosted at mediatemple with a sponsorship deal.
The reason for this sale is the lack of time and ambition. Stylegala.com has been a full-on success, and it deserves someone who can take care of it with the respect it deserves.
The site has a true potential to become the biggest and best amongst the web design publications, if moderated carefully.
A takeover will likely take place this summer, if the sale goes through. Probably around 1/9 but this can be discussed. Any other questions should be emailed to david[at]monc.se
Type of site:
Established and functional website with traffic
Price (or starting bid): 30.000 USD
Is an auction?: Yes
Indexed pages (Google): 55.000
Google page rank: 7
I started Web design galleries/showcases link web site by using extra domain, however I can’t use PHP and MySQL to maintain web design gallery at this site because of the server problem. That is the reason, so I had to use ajax which doesn’t depend on PHP since I stated above. Now, this site has been underconstruction, but I would like to make a useful web design gallery and resourse link site for web designer/graphic designer by gathering the web design portals such as cssimport, cssbeauty, stylegala, cssmania and so forth, free icons, ajax tools and so on.
CSSBRAIN, CSSCOLLECTON, CSSGALLERIES, CSSHEAVEN, CSSMANIA, Cubicads, DARK-EYE, Dailyslurp, e-motional design, StandardReboot, Screenalicio.us, Strictly CSS, Stylecrunch, Webdesignarchives, Webdignity
Shauinman is famous by developing sFIR(scalable Inman Flash Replacement) way, which we can use font without considering default fonts at various browsers.
Anyway, his web design is elegant and good design except font size(62.5%!!). I can't read his articles well… He use ajax, which web designers has been using the top at site and/or bottom. Shauinman uses both top and bottom. Seemingly, he can't use any CMS such as WordPress, Movabletype and Textpattern… I'm wondering how he maintains his web sites including blog without using CMS.
He has been using Movable Type!