Possible to Sell Marketing Agency Making $50 to $60K Annual "Profit"? I'm wondering what your thoughts are on selling a marketing agency where I'm the only "employee" (I use freelancers for some tasks) that makes $50 to $60K yearly profit (essentially my salary)? Is this big enough to sell? I'm also fairly involved since I don't have employees, although it's pretty much maintenance right now for the clients I have (about 10 hours/week of my own time on client work). For a bit more detail: The agency focuses on long-form content creation (specifically to rank blog posts in Google) and web design. I work with freelance writers that I've vetted who produce content, I then review it from there (I used to write content myself). I handle most web design now besides any custom development. Last year, sales were $70k with $50k after expenses. In the last 12 months, sales have been $85k with about $60k after expenses. So far this year (up until 5/7/2019), sales have been $31k with $22k after expenses. I have a few notable clients in the SaaS space (this is our biggest target audience) as well as a fairly large e-commerce company and non-profit (one that I quoted $25k for a future project) as clients. So back to my question, is a business like this possible to sell (considering the size, revenue, and my current involvement)? What would be the process of selling it? And do you think it is worth it? My main reason for wanting to sell is I've become rather bored and would like to focus on other business ventures. I'd appreciate any feedback! Thanks in advance!