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Caitlin Pyle’s “weekend project” teaching others how to proofread documents turned into a training hub packed with courses and e-books. But as the business grew, her passions evolved.
Why did executive job search site Ladders sells its newsletter to Industry Dive in September 2021? We explain the value of those 2.2 million subscribers, and why selling that list was a sign of a strategic pivot.
Shaan Puri and Ben Levy created Milk Road to distill the world of cryptocurrency into a fun daily newsletter. Word of mouth helped them grow—and meet a buyer.
J. Money felt at peace selling Budgets Are Sexy to a division of The Motley Fool. But when he had an opportunity to reacquire the site a few years later, he couldn’t say no.
Website Investing Publication’s audience of nearly 3,000 readers attracted a buyer who envisioned turning it into a community of keen investors.
Kate Kordsmeier thought her holistic wellness website, Root + Revel, was her last career stop… but then she got bored. Instead of walking away, she took a different route: She sold it.
Despite “print is dead” naysayers, Courier Media built a global publishing company for entrepreneurs and attracted an acquisition offer from one of its prominent advertisers: MailChimp.
Skyrocketing demand for information about half-marathons had helped Terrell Johnson earn about $1.2 million from his content site. But he wasn’t sure he wanted to keep up that pace.