Privacyfix measures your last 60 days of activity on Google,
extrapolates that to a year, and uses a value-per-search estimate.
Analysts believed Google was making $14.70 per 1,000 searches in
2010, and possibly less in 2011. Of course, if you spend all your
time searching for luxury hotels or mesothelioma lawyers — and
then clicking through the advertised links — you’re much more
valuable than the average user.
Brock says his estimated annual Facebook value was a mere $1.68.
His daughter, perhaps unsurprisingly, is at $12. His Google value
checks in at more than $700 per year, though.