WorthMonkey.com enables buyers and sellers to determine the real world value of almost any used electronic, vehicle and more!

Worth Monkey In The News

Top 10 Tricks for Turning Your Junk Into Money

LifeHacker September 1st, 2012 The first thing you need to do, obviously, is to get an accurate figure for how much your junk is actually worth. After all, it may not be worth selling if it'll only net you a few bucks. You can always search eBay's completed listings for a good guide, but web site WorthMonkey is even better. Just type in what you want to sell and it'll search all sorts of stores online—including eBay, Amazon, and others—and it'll let you know the average price its been selling for around the net. Then you can decide whether it's really worth the trouble.

Search eBay for “Completed Listings” to Know How Much Your Stuff Is Worth

LifeHacker August 22nd, 2012 If you're selling stuff on eBay, it can be hard to know how much it's worth. Redditor outfoxthefox notes that you can actually search eBay's completed listings, so you know how much similar items sold for.

Find a price for your old device

Komando July 16th, 2012 Nothing beats the excitement of a new gadget. A new device means you've got an old one taking up space. You could recycle it, but what if you want to make some of your money back? In order to sell, you have to know how much the old device is really worth. I'm not talking sentimental value, but an actual asking price. WorthMonkey will help you get a good price.

Worth Monkey – What’s Your Stuff Worth?

Appvita February 1st, 2012 To use Worth Monkey, just head to the site and type in the name of the product you want to discard. Be as specific as possible – since a general term like “laptop” or “phone” isn’t likely to generate very good results – and wait for Worth Monkey to pull up a graph showing the average price that your used product is selling for online. Based on current searches of recent online listings from places like eBay, Amazon, and Google, Worth Monkey is able to pinpoint a great price, a fair price, and an over priced amount for just about any product you search for on the site.

Worth Monkey wins an App Award!

AppAppeal December 29th, 2011 Shopping. Be it for clothes, books, home appliances, software etc., it has been revolutionized in the beginning of the last decade. Now you can virtually buy and sell anything you want by just accessing a website.

Pricing Used Goods for Sale

The New York Times November 16th, 2010 When you want to sell a used good, figuring out how much to sell it for can be a laborious process involving checking multiple sites and sources online. Enter WorthMonkey. The little over month-old site aims to do the secondary market pricing work for both sellers and buyers and present them with what it believes is the fair price.

WorthMonkey Helps Determine How Much Your Used Gear Is Worth

LifeHacker November 8th, 2010 Ever wonder how much your used gear is actually worth? WorthMonkey takes a guesswork out of determining a selling price for your stuff. WorthMonkey is a pretty simple but awesome concept: you pick something you want to sell, search for it in WorthMonkey, and WorthMonkey will give you an overview of your pricing options:

Is the Price Right? New SLO Company Tells You What It's Really Worth

Pacific Coast Business Times October 15th, 2010 Worth Monkey's "worth engine" scours the Web for asking prices and sale prices, and uses the data to come up with a curve showing the average price and ranges for "fair priced," "over priced" and "great price." Worth Monkey has a sister service called DealPulse that feeds a live stream of eBay auctions ending soon that are priced way below market value.

App Built on eBay Wins Best Business Model at TC Disrupt Hack Day

eBay October 5th, 2010 An esteemed panel of judges awarded the WorthMonkey Green Zone team the Best Business Model award for their Deal Pulse hack: http://pulse.worthmonkey.com. The app takes eBay items that are set to close in the next two hours and highlights their deal value to shoppers. This solidly reinforces the eBay Developers Program's core value proposition to Developers: the eBay platform is the greatest monetization opportunity for Developers building commerce apps.

How Much is Your Used Tech Worth?

Curt The Cyberguy October 4th, 2010 Need some quick cash? Kurt the CyberGuy digs into the site many are calling the "blue book" of technology to find out how much your old cell-phone, TV and even stove-top are actually worth. I didn't realize every electronic, some of my appliances and a lot of other items in my house could be worth so much if I sold it online. Worthmonkey aggregates all the prices from various websites to tell you what the low-end, mid-range and high-end prices are found to help you sell your tech at the right price.

How a New Startup is Born: Inside the Beta Launch of Worth Monkey

Free Pursuits September 28th, 2010 One of the most rewarding and fun things I’ve taken on recently is advising startups. Essentially, I provide advice to new entrepreneurs on marketing and business issues that I have experience with in exchange for a little equity in the company. These types of advisory relationships are fairly common among Internet startups (in Silicon Valley, at least), and you should seriously consider creating an advisory board for your company if you plan to grow beyond a one- or two-man operation.

Buying & Selling Electronics

Fox News 29 September 15th, 2010 When buying and selling electronics online, how do you know if you are getting a fair price? Where can consumers turn? Now, potential electronics buys and sellers can turn to "worthmonkey.com"

Worthmonkey makes it easy to find the right price for used electronics

Wallet Pop September 14th, 2010 Finding the best price for your used items is incredibly easy and free. Simply enter the item you want to know the value for and WorthMonkey will display a "FreshCurve" that makes it easy to see what category a given price falls into. The results page will show you the number of samples WorthMonkey used to create your pricing curve and links to the item for sale on eBay, Amazon and Craigslist.
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