DropSend for saleWho wants to buy a web app? Ryan Carson has sent us the inside track on DropSend, which is looking for a new home.

The DropSend app was launched about a year ago and allows users to email large files. It stores files on a local server and provides a ‘download’ link for the recipient.

DropSend was built for less than £30,000 over an eight-month period and is profitable, but Ryan is now looking to focus on newer projects.

The business has a range of pricing models, depending on your anticipated usage, from $0 per month to $99 per month.

We caught up with Ryan to find out a little more about the key facts and figures.

What sort of revenue is DropSend bringing in each month?
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Revenue: $9,200 per month (and growing by 8.6% per month)
Costs: $2,100 per month (Servers at 365main.com + maintenance)
Profit: $7,100 per month

What about the rate of revenue growth?
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Expected monthly revenue by Dec 2007 is $21,500. This is a conservative estimate, based on our current rate of growth (without any advertising or active marketing).

If a concerted effort was made to advertise and market DropSend, we believe the revenue could increase significantly.

How many users does DropSend currently have?
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57,437

How many users are on each plan?
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Free: 56,787
Basic ($5): 216
Standard ($9): 157
Pro ($19): 90
Business ($99): 43

So there you have it. One web app, profitable, more than 500 paying subscribers, and for sale.

Send word to chris@e-consultancy.com if you buy it (and tell Ryan we sent you!).