I went into car accident but helped to find a partner for a productivity startup
Today, I'll share some shitty and pretty things that happened to me. I helped one person find a co-founder for his startup, wrote a post about marketplaces to buy and sell online businesses, and other sections that you already know :)
Last week, somebody scratched my car, they left the place of the accident, but I managed to take a photo of the violator's car. I immediately called the police. Fifteen minutes later, they arrived, wrote down all of the information, and in 30 minutes found a guilty guy. They returned him, and he compensated for repairs.
I'm glad Ukraine has changed, and the police are working more efficiently for their civilians. I invite every person who helped Ukraine after the war to Kyiv.
Yesterday, I read one exciting newsletter from the founder who is writing about startup trends and ideas. I want to share it with you because many of you ask me about what they can build and sell on Microns. Read Jakob's newsletter first. This guy gives intriguing insights about things you can create pretty quickly.
P.S. I'm grateful to everyone who supports Ukraine in this challenging time 🇺🇦
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🧶 New blog post
I finally started working on the blog this month and created a new article. I analyzed the most popular acquisition platforms and compared them to Microns. It helped me understand and highlight the most significant differences. After reading, you'll understand what works best for what type of projects.
Best Marketplaces to Buy and Sell Online Businesses plus SaaS Startups — www.microns.io The best places to buy and sell online businesses, like micro-SaaS, e-commerce, newsletters, blogs, web or mobile apps, and communities.
👨👩👧 Community spotlight
Last week I received an email from one person. Saying that he managed to find a partner for his project through Microns.
Trevor said he wanted to thank me and send some money. Finding the right co-founder for him was a complex and long journey. I was shocked because the email that I sent was six months ago. Anyway, it was an adorable and great feeling.
“When I met Matt, his email tagline was "challenging people so they can live with intent" so I knew our vision was aligned.”, said Trevor Lohrbeer. “I had created a 6-step process and a landing page for finding the right co-founder. I spoke with over 20 candidates, and Matt stood out as the clear winner. After five months of working with Matt, I knew he would be a great fit for the role and vision of the company.”
Complete post with details you can read below.
Introducing Matt Ames, the new co-founder of Day Optimizer » Day Optimizer — dayoptimizer.com Matt Ames joins Day Optimizer as a co-founder to help the product reach more people and help them live with intent.
This success story inspired me to revive the newsletter's Looking for partners section. I know that our newsletter reads fantastic, very smart, and kind people. So my role is to connect them and help build valuable relationships.
👀 Looking for partners
💎 I'm launching a micro-saas studio to help people build SaaS startups in 1-3 months. I'm looking for someone who can help with sales while I take care of the build. Here is my email.
🎙️ Looking for a scheduled video call SaaS co-founder. I'm looking for someone who can help me polish the service, improve it and finally launch with a well-planned strategy. Please contact me via email.
🕹️ Technical founder with MVP seeking marketing partner. I have a product called Keenforms. It's a form builder with a no-code rules engine. The rules engine makes the form builder more powerful. It does things that an ordinary form builder can't. If you're interested, reach out.
If you’re stuck and looking for a tech, growth, or investment partner, shoot me an email. Let’s build more awesome micro-startups together 🚀
📰 Looking for new owners
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Founded in 2022
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Business model: affiliate commissions
3 paying brands
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Business model: one-time purchase
53 paying customers
Target audience: developers, designers, and makers
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