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Asking Price
Rapid flowchart maker & searchable flowchart library
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Facts and Figures

United States
Date of Founding
Full-Time Staff
Owner Operated
Annual Revenue
Annual Expenses
Annual Net Profit
Note: Where the business is less than 12 months old the annualized data represents total sales for the period of operation.

Recent Performance

Month June 2019 July 2019 August 2019
Revenue $0 $0 $0
Expenses $40 $40 $40
Net Profit -$40 -$40 -$40
Month Pageviews Users
September 2019 12 6
August 2019 101 29
July 2019 32 14

Note: Traffic data was provided on 07 September 2019. Enquire for more recent data.

Business Description

1)Provides web app that makes modern-looking flowcharts fast
2)store/share flowcharts with friends/coworkers
3)research processes

Intent was to create a crowd-sourced library for how-to processes in flowchart format.

How does your business make money?

We offer premium subscriptions to our software for $6 per month.

Premium subscriptions include:
-ability to keep flowcharts private
-ability to export to pdf
-premium templates
-no logo on flowcharts

Why should someone buy this business?

Howgorithm has massive potential as the slideshare for flowcharts.

It has a fully working product, just needs to be optimized and marketed.

Why are you selling this business?

I and my 2 co-founders each have full-time jobs and young families and just don't have the spare time. When we launched Howgorithm, all of our kids were much younger and require less involvement. They've now gotten a bit older, are now in school and our spouses need more support. We're also extremely tired and need better life balance.

Why didn't we do Howgorithm full-time? We wanted significant traction before we took the leap, and it never happened, likely due to lack of marketing & unclear focus on business model.

All founders also recognized that we needed to push out a version 2 of our software which would have required raising another $10-$20k. Since none of us had bandwidth to execute, we didn't feel comfortable asking for more funds from our investors.

Business Strengths

  • High Barrier of Entry to Market
  • High levels of Automation
  • Passive Revenue
  • Scalable Business Model
  • Overall Market Size

Opportunities for a new owner

  • Improve Current Marketing Efforts
  • Develop New Features

Key day-to-day operations

  • Customer Support / Service
  • Programming / Development
  • Content marketing


  • Email Marketing
  • Google Adwords
  • SEO


  • Brand assets
  • Custom technology
  • Domains
  • Marketing materials and collateral
  • Policy and Process documents
  • Relevant email accounts
  • Social media accounts
  • Website files, source code and content
  • Google Adwords

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About the Seller

Jeremy Deaver

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United States

Hospital administrator/entrepreneur in Greensboro, NC. Husband & father of 4. NC State alumni