Crafters University For Sale! #DIY #CraftersU #Flippa

Craftersu for sale

Would you like a DIY blog of your own with 7000 followers and over 400 collected video tutorials? A place that could help you sell your own crafts, find people/companies that will sponsor you, showing of your collection of builds and inventions, or simply allow you to share your thoughts and knowledge about crafting? Well now you can, because Crafters University is up for bids, and with a starting bid of only $20, anyone can afford to make an offer!

My name is Daniel Magnusson and for the last 2 years I have built and perfected Crafters University into the well oiled machine it is today. However, I have a restless soul, and want to move on to new projects and adventures! Still, I have poured my heart and soul into this site, and it would be so sad if it just disappeared. It would be much better if someone who is passionate about DIY, crafting and making could take over and continue its development. That is why I have decided to sell it, and put it up for auction. I probably wont get nearly as much as I have invested in this place over the years, but as long as my work continue to help people, I would be a very happy man. And I am sure that whoever becomes the new owner of Crafters University will also be very happy and find great uses for it!

So I invite you to join the auction at Flippa.com before it ends in a couple of days. If you have any questions, you can contact me on Flippa or through the Contact page. Also, keep an eye out on new blog posts, because I will soon upload a “behind the scenes” video that shows just how easy it is to manage and use Crafters University.

I hope you will be the next caretaker of my creation!

Daniel Magnusson

Founder of Crafters University

Daniel Magnusson (Founder)

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One thought on “Crafters University For Sale! #DIY #CraftersU #Flippa

  1. I’m sorry to hear it Daniel. You’ve done a fine job. Let’s hope you get a good offer. I don’t have the ‘bandwidth’ to take it on right now, but let’s hope it continues.

    Well done for building a really great idea.

    Nicole

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