Hi folks. Today I have a lot of news to share with you.
This week, we received our first sponsor for the newsletter. I decided to test sponsorship for two reasons. First, to provide more value for my subscribers and reinvest in company growth.
Besides this, I crafted monthly reports and discussed with a few founders who sold their projects in March. The chats were insightful.
You could ask how a sponsor could be helpful for you?
I manually check every sponsor to match the criteria of bringing value to the newsletter and my readers. It should either inspire other people or help them to solve their problems. This way, it becomes useful.
P.S. I know that you saw images from Bucha city in Ukraine. It's horrific how Russian soldiers are miserable and cruel. They carried out criminal orders and killed the civil public.
I want to admit that I was in this city a year ago and it was such a great place for young families.
Now, a lot of people are raped, killed, and burned. The whole city is mined...
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This way, it would be easier for founders to play a long-term SEO game.
This month we returned to the game. We've got a bunch of new newsletter subscribers. Many of them came from Twitter, Product Hunt, and HackerNews.
Monthly update for Microns 🚀
😊 2,820 subscribers
🎉 439 new subscribers
👀 44.9% average open rate
🎯 10.8% average click rate
💰 48 premium members
💸 15 new premium members
📌 18 new micro-startups posted
🔥 5 micro-startups were sold
📈 3.8k users visited the website
— Ilya Novohatskyi 🇺🇦 (@ilyanovohatskyi)
Apr 6, 2022
For this year, I have a lot of plans for growing the platform and improving every aspect of it. My main goal is to make both founders and investors happy by making deals with a positive ROI.
Today, I will cover one of the recent deals.
Alexis bought a Twitter bot that posted data from Reddit.
Instead, the project didn't have revenue but had a pretty significant following and engaging audience.
Most importantly, it was aligned with the buyer's goals. He is a big fan of Stardew Valley game.
The curious part of the deal is that the transaction took place using crypto via Ripple platform.
🔥 Asking Price: $500
🔥 Asking Price: $20,000
🔥 Asking Price: $30,000
I shut down 4 startups.
Here are 4 crucial mistakes I won't repeat next time:
— Denis Shatalin (@Denis__Shatalin)
Mar 29, 2022
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