In 2017, Amman Ahmed founded MusicForPets, which launched the YouTube channels “RelaxMyDog” and “RelaxMyCat.” These channels aim to alleviate pets’ anxiety, whether due to stress or their owners’ absence.
Under Ahmed’s leadership, the channels amassed over 2 million subscribers and generated a 7-figure profit, largely because of effective SEO.
As the business saw a surge in paid monthly website subscribers, it garnered the interest of California-based hip-hop label, Create Music Group, which extended a lucrative 8-figure offer that Ahmed couldn’t turn down.
In this episode, you’ll learn how to:
Harness the power of SEO to scale your business.
Increase your YouTube channel audience with Ahmed’s innovative technique.
Elevate your brand’s reputation using Ahmed’s personal approach.
Decide when to abandon professionalism for the sake of authenticity.
Determine your non-negotiable exit number.
Lean on a seasoned advisor to sidestep an earn-out.
Be due-diligence ready, even if selling isn’t on your radar.
More About Amman Ahmed
They are like the Netflix for Pets or “Petflix” – RelaxMyDog and RelaxMyCat are their two brands. They produce relaxing music and TV for pets based on 8 years of their own research, and all their content is produced in-house.
They have 20 million pets around the world using it. These pets are consuming a total of 1200 years of content every 28 days.
They have been featured in the New York Post, BBC, Telemundo, Fox News, Mashable, Forbes, and loads more.
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Earn-out: Earnout or earn-out refers to a pricing structure in mergers and acquisitions where the sellers must “earn” part of the purchase price based on the performance of the business following the acquisition. Source.
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