New Micro Startups For Sale πŸš€ - Community Spotlight

Hi everyone!

This week was pretty hot even though it was raining outside my window.

We've got our third paying customer and a few cool startups.

We started actively engaging in the community group and helped Omkar sell his project.

I bet these winter months would be the hottest for us.

By the way, do you want me to cover an interview in the next issue?

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πŸŽ‰ New premium member

I couldn't believe it, but people liked our startup and started paying for it. And I understand why.

I've made a simple plan for myself in terms of revenue. If we get just two paying customers each week, it would be excellent.

I will continue creating valuable content and help more small businesses with this plan in mind.

πŸ’Έ Recently sold startup

I think this is the quickest acquisition I've ever seen.

When I posted Omkar's micro-project, he got an offer in 30 minutes and closed the deal in one day.

Insanely but that's the reality of the micro-startups market. Everything happens blazingly fast.

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My answer ✨

Super cool question! Thank you, NicolasΒ πŸ˜ƒ

Investing in domains is an ancient type of alternative investment that is driven primarily by emotions.

To be honest, domains are hard to value appropriately. This is because people didn't find a perfect set of rules for valuing them. For example, a domain worth $20 to one person might be worth $20,000 to someone else.

However, tools like Estibot or GoDaddy attempt to provide a baseline value based on their data.

Take a look at this article about domain investing... Join our premium community to see more.

πŸ“° Looking for new owners

  • $5,000 in ARR with lifetime deals
  • Business model: SaaS
  • Perfect for anyone with a website
  • 264 customers
  • Built with 66 Analytics
  • Founded in 2019

πŸ”₯ Asking Price:Β $1,000

  • $100 in ARR
  • Business model: selling courses, ad and job postings
  • Perfect for no-code community
  • 3,000 users
  • Built with PHP and MySQL
  • Founded in 2019

πŸ”₯ Asking Price:Β $20,000

  • $13,500 in ARR
  • Business model: one time payments, transitioning to subscription model
  • Perfect for HR, PR, sales and marketing teams
  • 638 customers
  • Built with ReactJS, NodeJS, Swift
  • Founded in 2020

πŸ”₯ Asking Price:Β $85,000

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Stay awesome,

Ilya Novohatskyi

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