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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.
This reporter turned his side project into a full-time gig, writing a newsletter about college sports. But his true passion was writing — not running a business.
The New Stack provided developers with context on new technologies. Its success in building a community attracted a well-heeled buyer: the global VC Insight Partners.
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.