For sale is a subscription service business in the social media marketing space. Founded in January of 2014, this platform leverages a network of freelance writers and editors to provide social media updates that can match a given subscriber’s content style, quality, and volume requirements. Perhaps most impressive are the business’ subscription metrics. In November, 2016, customer and gross revenue churn both stood below 5.2%, with average revenue per user above $233. This equates to over $4,500 in implied customer lifetime value. This represents an ideal acquisition target for an investor looking for a recurring revenue platform play in the social media marketing space with an upward trajectory and plenty of room to grow. Yearly revenue: $264,000
For sale is a growing and popular digital products business in the photography niche. Launched in 2017, the business has scaled quickly and predictably by providing a range of high-quality Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop presets. Aimed at beginner and advanced photographers alike, the business has established itself as an authority in the niche by offering dozens of professional products at an affordable price. The business has secured a firm foothold in the rapidly-expanding photo editing software market. With the niche forecast to grow at a c.8.2% CAGR for the period 2018 to 2023, the business is primed to capitalize on the increasing demand for photo editing software to continue its own upward trajectory. The business itself is simple to operate, with the owner focusing on scale from the very start. With a lean cost structure allowing for net margins of c.88% in the LTM, automated operations, and a freelance designer staying on post-sale, a new owner will have plenty of time and free cash flow to invest in the many growth opportunities the business has at its disposal. The business presents a great acquisition opportunity for a new owner looking to acquire a growing content business with a portfolio of high-quality products and proven market fit. Yearly revenue: $140,000*
For sale is a well-established content creation business, completing 20-30 million sold words in 2013 alone. Launched in 2007, the business boasts 3 long-term strategic clients, who over the course of several years have consistently ordered projects through the company. Other revenue is generated through Elance, a popular outsourcing platform. With its own custom-built plagiarism software and a team of approximately 20 freelancers, this business is highly profitable and uses it's significant reputation to arbitrage the gap between what a client will pay for high quality content online and what a freelancer is paid per job. This business is easy to run, established and highly profitable, ideal for anyone with an interest in online content services. Yearly revenue: $250,000*
For sale is a growing and popular digital products business in the photography niche. Launched in 2017, the business has scaled quickly and predictably by providing a range of high-quality Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop presets. Aimed at beginner and advanced photographers alike, the business has established itself as an authority in the niche by offering dozens of professional products at an affordable price. The business has secured a firm foothold in the rapidly-expanding photo editing software market. With the niche forecast to grow at a c.8.2% CAGR for the period 2018 to 2023, the business is primed to capitalize on the increasing demand for photo editing software to continue its own upward trajectory. The business itself is simple to operate, with the owner focusing on scale from the very start. With a lean cost structure allowing for net margins of c.87% in the LTM, automated operations, and a freelance designer staying on post-sale, a new owner will have plenty of time and free cash flow to invest in the many growth opportunities the business has at its disposal. The business presents a great acquisition opportunity for a new owner looking to acquire a growing content business with a portfolio of high-quality products and proven market fit. Yearly revenue: $122,000*
For sale is a business in the technology blogging niche. The site focuses mainly on Apple Macintosh (Mac) users, with useful reviews, tips and guides to improve their user experience. The blog also targets PC/Microsoft users and other popular devices/technologies (i.e. smartphones, wearables, etc.) Launched in 2013, this business has seen high growth driven from the reliable and highly informative content on site. The site has become a 'go to' in the niche for common Mac issues by fixes, sometimes even outranking the Apple community support pages for everyday support issues. The site itself is simple to maintain with a number of growth opportunities. The owner currently uses a freelancer to write when time does not allow him to write articles himself - a strategy which could be adopted and scaled by a new owner. The site sees high volumes of traffic from the US, UK, Canada, Australia and Germany. With a CDN in place for targeted affiliate promotions, this site is well placed to grow both in local regions across the world and the main market, the US. This business could be ideal for a buyer with a complementary business or a buyer looking for a sustainably build a dependable content site with affiliate revenues. Yearly revenue: $79,600
For sale is a portfolio of two high-traffic and authority display advertising websites in the ‘top lists’ niche, boasting over c.18MM page views per year. Established in 2012 and 2014 respectively, these two sites have rapidly grown by specializing in ranking food, fashion, places, and games. To date, the sites have over 400,000 words of content across c.640 articles. The sites are fully automated, with the current owner spending roughly one hour per month checking advertising revenues. All content writing has been outsourced from the start, with the freelance writer generating all article ideas. This portfolio is a perfect opportunity for a buyer looking to enter or expand into the display advertising space with a tried-and-true evergreen niche that requires minimal owner input. Yearly revenue: $52,000*
FreelanceDevLeads FreelanceDevLeads is a project aggregator for freelancer web developers. Finding new freelance projects is time consuming. Even more so if you are looking for remote work. To allow you to spend more time developing and less time searching for projects, the website provide a list of remote-friendly developer projects sourced from reputable online boards such as Authentic Jobs, WeWorkRemotely and Smashing Magazine. Built with: php,mysql $2500
Project description This is a fully-functional app for a gigs and services marketplace similar to Fiverr. It features, split payments through Stripe (the platform keeps commission), messaging, ratings, reviews and many more listed below. For any questions regarding this template please check out LAUNCH (https://launchy..This project is built usingsiwft 4 iOS Features Push Notifications Admin Commision Favorite System Rating Sys.. Detailed price: FOR SALE ⋅ > $100 (USD) Project type: iOS Posted by: mobile app viewed 12 times posted by m.theappplug 1 Technology: This project is built usingsiwft 4 iOS Features Push Notifications Admin Commision Favorite System Rating Sys..
Detailed price: FOR SALE ⋅ > $100 (USD) Project type: iOS Posted by: mobile app viewed 10 times posted by m.theappplug 1
Hi Redditors.I started Remote Jobs Club as a fun side-project and it quickly turned into an income-generating project. Since I run a podcasting agency and a podcast, I'd like to focus on them full-time.HighlightsRemote Jobs Club is a weekly newsletter of hand-curated remote jobs. Since there are way too many job boards out there, many of the jobs that are posted there are not legit. Remote Jobs Club manually curates best remote jobs from different job boards and sends them out once a week (you can easily outsource this part, but I enjoyed doing this).OperationsIt takes me around 4-5 hours a week to run Remote Jobs Club. I spend 2 hours on Sunday evening going through various remote job boards and picking the best remote jobs for the newsletter. Remote Jobs Club makes money through companies who want to feature their job posts in the newsletter. Currently, I charge $150 for a job feature.I spend around 2-3 hours per week on outreach/communication with these companies.I use ConvertKit for email marketing service, and there are 3,000+ passionate remote workers on the list (68.19% AVG open rate, and 31.49% AVG click rate). I also use ZipBooks and pay $10/mo to collect the payments.On average, around 100-150 people are added to the newsletter every week. Remote Jobs Club also has a Twitter account with 2,800 followers, all organic.There's also Remote Jobs Club blog that has been featuring articles that have been sent in by the subscribers.Overall, the business has been growing at a steady pace without my full-time attention.At the current trajectory, the list price will likely only increase. Now is your chance to buy before the future growth materializes and pushes the list price even higher.Interested? Check it out on Flippa. https://flippa.com/9956991-remotejobsclub-com
Hello everyone, from this idea I have made the extension that will count the words on google docs and if you have a price per word set, it will also tell you how much are you earning.You can find the extension hereAny suggestions/criticism/ideas are always welcomeCode will be uploaded to github soon
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I don’t know about you, but I need a lot of inspiration to keep me going each day, and I usually have to visit about 900 different websites to get a healthy dose of it.While I happen to enjoy browsing these 900 different sites (because I have a lot of different interests), and sorting through the riff raff, I know a lot of people don’t and won’t.Enter The New and The Next.The New and The Next started off as a curated newsletter of the best things I read all week — usually on the topics of:MarketingStartups/TechMoney/WorkNewsDesignAnything else I found interesting that week (I’m flexible in my topics, as my interests span the spectrum)https://i.redd.it/xd4vypvxb8l11.pngThen, after eight years in content marketing, I finally decided to build my very own personal blog on WordPress — the site you’re on now.I’ve been blogging for a couple months, attempting to keep up a cadence of one high-quality blog post per week.Now, I’ve added an “inspiration” section, where marketers can get inspiration for website/landing page designs, copywriting, strategies, ads, CTAs, videos and more.https://i.redd.it/lylaxxnzb8l11.pngI handpick everything, and there will be no submission form for now.I want this to be highly curated and not ruled by the common gatekeepers in the online marketing world who dominate places like GH, which doesn’t exactly appeal to me anymore.In addition to my personal blog and this inspiration section, there will also be a curated links section — exactly like the newsletter I used to send.The only difference is that I’ll be publishing the links throughout the week on this site, instead of sending a weekly newsletter.I may revive the weekly email eventually, but for now, you’ll just have to check the blog for new links each week, just as you would have to with HN.Why visit The New and The Next?You may be wondering: Why should I visit your site instead of one of the million of other sites out there?And I’ll say: I’m so glad you asked…Find high-caliber content.First and foremost, everything featured on The New and The Next is high-caliber content.I am the gatekeeper of everything on this site, and I’m a phenomenal curator and sourcer of hidden gems.I go out and find this stuff myself.There is no voting. There are no mods. There are no submission forms. And I hate link builders. #sorrynotsorry (Trust me, I’ll find your content if it’s good!)https://i.redd.it/7ijv5yi1c8l11.gifIt’s just me, myself and I, and I pride myself on presenting you with the best ish out there.Get a wide-variety of content.Second, I offer a wide-variety of content.You get a nice eclectic of content on The New and The Next.Like I said, I love to read (and write) about a lot of different things that are complementary to each other.This is not a niche site, like how DN and Dribbble is just for “designers” or how HN is mainly for devs.This is a site for full-stack marketers, or cool professionals who have a wide-range of skills, like design, WordPress, branding, marketing and writing, as well as a variety of interests, including but not limited to: startups, tech, jobs, work, freelancing and interesting news (outside of politics!!!).https://i.redd.it/fitxyzv2c8l11.pngAnd those are pretty much the two big reasons you should visit The New and The Next.Basically, I save you A LOT of time by finding and creating the absolute best of best content out there.You’ll never leave disappointed.Where’s the future headed?As for the future, if this goes well, I plan on adding a highly curated remote job board and a nerdy shop for people like me — marketers/entrepreneurs/remote workers, who also happen to be really freakin’ cool and have bombass personalities. =)
For many years I have been doing freelance work in relation to WordPress, I finally decided that I need to focus on that 100% and try to make it less of a side project, and more of a full time project.I created Systm Web (https://systmweb.com) in attempts to make that passion a reality. I am offering a managed WordPress hosting service via some partnerships I have created along the way. Also offering optimization and maintenance services for people that just don't have the time to maintain their site and want to work on their content instead.
Hey r/EntrepreneurRideAlong, Its Sabba from Take The Bait. I hope you all had a good weekend.Interview startups about how they built their MVP and found their first customer. Arguably the two most important and challenging things any startupI personally love the stories from super cool indie hackers, hustling and making a living from nothing bard hard work and persistence! And this week i am bring you a story that is a great example of just that.This week we have an interview from sidebar.io founded by Sacha Greif. Sacha have been building sidebar.io for the last 5 years and is now producing 3K in monthly revenue. Pretty cool right!First off, can you tell us about your background and your product?I’m an independent designer/developer. After a few years doing freelance design work, I wanted to try my hand at running my own projects. I launched a bunch of things and Sidebar was the one that worked best. It’s a daily newsletter of design links, and I initially conceived it as a way of growing my audience and having an avenue to promote my other projects, but it ended up taking on a life of its own.How long did it take to build your initial prototype and how did you validate it?It took about two-three months because I first envisioned Sidebar more as a Reddit-like forum, including voting, comments, etc. So I actually developed a lot of features that I didn’t end up using after seeing that people seemed to like Sidebar as a simple newsletter.How did you get your first paying customer and how long did it take?I don’t remember exactly but I think I started charging for paid sponsorships pretty much from the get go, or at least within the first couple months.What worked and what didn't work when finding your first users?Honestly I never focused much on growth, the audience just grew by itself and seemed to have settle at around 40k users. I’m sure there’s a lot more I could be doing to increase its size but I’d rather work on other, more interesting areas.How did you grow your user based from the first paying customer?Sidebar has never had trouble attracting advertisers, lots of people have products and want to get the word out.What advice would you give to other entrepreneurs looking to onboard their first users?Don’t write these fake “hey-I’m-posing-as-your-best-friend” automated onboarding emails. I don’t care if they work or not, it’s 2018 and we don’t want to be blurring the line between what’s real and what’s fake online even more.What resources have helped you in the early stages?Hacker News was always an inspiration. These days I’d say Indiehackers is probably even better!How can people reach you and find out more?@SachaGreif on Twitter and http://sachagreif.com/.Twitter: @SachaGreifWebsite: sachagreif.com
Our team is passionate about the flexible workspace future where people are free from office walls. From experiencing thousands of amazing workspaces around the world to managing and automating workspaces —andCards products aim to revolutionize work culture at all levels. Our products: - andCards Spaces — the global marketplace for discovering coworking spaces.- andCards Suite — the coworking management software to optimize coworking space.We will be glad to hear your feedback. For r/SideProject subscribers we offer 2 week free demo for trying our software!
Project description Nowadays everyone has a huge amount of possibilities, which let us run own projects, earn money, and make a career. The same is available for project managers. But the question is: what is better to choose - freelance or office? What Is the Main Difference? Actually, it is about the choice. Detailed price: SHOWCASE Project type: Career Management Career Planning Posted by: other viewed 2 times posted by resumewritinglab
andCards Spaces is a coworking space discovery platform. No need to hunt for a free seat at Starbucks. andCards Spaces allows to instantly book a hot desk, fixed desk or private office anywhere around the world. andCards Suite is a coworking space management software: - meeting room booking system - space utilization and occupancy statistics - IoT smart locks, payment system and Salesforce integrations - native apps for iOS, Android and web