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I'm selling my info business project that got early traction here

A few months ago I published here a post on how to validates ideas using Reddit.

With this approach, we launched 5 projects, including a "cash cow" Email Verification Add-on and a recently launched micro-saas Silent Inbox.

I wasn't ready for the attention it gained. But it was the opportunity. So I decided to turn the post into a practical guide. And many of you pre-ordered the guide here or via Product Hunt.

Since October it generated $3,600 in profit with a very low expense rate. But it's not my business. I prefer to create and sell software.

So I'm looking for someone who can take care of it and grow the business. I will share the results of my experiments and thoughts on new experiments and channels.

If you are interested, send me a message at [email protected].

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