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While studying to be a dietitian, Kaleigh McMordie launched a food blog. She grew Lively Table to over 200,000 monthly visitors before selling the site.
A school librarian and social studies teacher built an online business that easily replaced their salaries, then used a broker to sell for more than $1 million.
Spencer Haws grew Own The Yard, a blog dedicated to backyard life, as a public case study, showing the power of content websites. He sold it three years after launch.
UNO Magazine was about to go under when entrepreneur couple Jenny Rudd and Mathew Tomlinson purchased it. The two turned it around with a strong focus on processes.
Founder Chris Coyier ran CSS-Tricks for 15 years before capitalizing on search traffic to sell to a cloud computing platform company that wanted access to the audience.
This bootstrapped founder did the opposite of big brands in his space. It landed him a 7-figure exit to marketing heavyweight Semrush.
Three founders niched down on this hot topic as a side project right after the pandemic began. They focused on SEO for growth, and sold two years later.
While most community publications either fold or are acquired by media conglomerates, The Coast managed to find a buyer that was also invested in providing quality local journalism.