Facts and Figures
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Note: Traffic data was provided on 10 June 2019. Enquire for more recent data.
The Thrifty Kiwi blog strives to share the most helpful tips for your lifestyle needs. The blog promotes easy to follow advice for a healthy body, life, and home.
How does your business make money?
We make money through advertising and affiliate marketing.
Why should someone buy this business?
The Thrifty Kiwi has been through the rigorous approval process of our advertiser Mediavine, which pays upwards of 10-20x RPM compared to Adsense. The blog has plenty of content for consistent income without the need for new articles (we've had consistent ad income for over a quarter of the year with little maintenance). However, a very important detail is that with if a new and steady stream of content is introduced, the potential earnings can rise exponentially higher than current.
How can the future owner improve this business?
Write more original content and create more listicles. As previously stated, there weren't many new articles added to the blog in the past few months. Income has stayed consistent but there was little to no growth because there was no content writer and no one promoting the blog (on Pinterest).
Why are you selling this business?No longer have time to work on the website (I will be going back to school soon) though I know its potential is far greater if/when new content is introduced.
- Evergreen Niche
- Passive Revenue
- Strong Recuring Revenue
Opportunities for a new owner
- Start Selling into New Markets
- Improve Current Marketing Efforts
- Improve or Outsource Operations
Key day-to-day operations
- Website Maintenance
- Content marketing
- Affiliate Marketing
- Relevant email accounts
- Social media accounts
Post sale support
This is support provided by the seller when transitioning the business to a buyer.
About the Seller
I'm a current student with a passion for entrepreneurship and making money online. I love to try out new things whether it's gadgets or new gigs.