Facts and Figures
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Note: Traffic data was provided on June 12, 2019. Enquire for more recent data.
Blog posts regarding the life of a special needs parent as a source of encouragement and hope knowing they're not alone. Most revenue currently comes from Mediavine ads.
How does your business make money?
Why should someone buy this business?
Based on the last 12 months, the website averages over 19,000 page views/month even though I stepped aside from actively blogging to write a book for a few months. The only reason I am selling my website is that I simply do not have the time to turn it into the resource for special needs parents it could be.
How can the future owner improve this business?
Have the ability to be more consistent with providing new posts and seek out sponsored content. This is something I have done in the past but simply didn't have the time to commit to improving the business.
Why are you selling this business?I do not have the time needed to commit to making this website continue to grow into what it could be. I don't have the time to actively market my site to increase the revenue streams.
- Passive Revenue
- Positive Customer Reviews
- The Business Is Currently Growing
- Turn-key Operations
- Well Established and Unique Brand
Opportunities for a new owner
- Launch New Products
- Improve Current Marketing Efforts
- Introduce Further Revenue Streams
Key day-to-day operations
- Design & Production
- Website Maintenance
- Programming / Development
- Content marketing
- Email Marketing
- Facebook Community Management
- Facebook Advertising
- Hosting accounts
- Relevant email accounts
- Social media accounts
- Website files, source code and content
Post sale support
This is support provided by the seller when transitioning the business to a buyer.
About the Seller
I am a special needs mom of two children. Our son has autism, ADHD, dyslexia, and anxiety. I homeschool our son. Our daughter goes to public school and has cerebral palsy along with autism. Because of this, my website isn't diagnosis specific but covers all special needs parenting.