AOL Bought My Company For $25 MIllion – Here’s How My Life Changed After

A quick and exciting exit of a startup such as, which sold to AOL in December 2010 just a week after its launch, is bound to be life-changing.

Tony Conrad, founder of, says that the financial compensation that came with the acquisition was not the most important benefit of the deal. The instant recognition and reputation boost after a successful exit are invaluable, says Conrad.

Watch the clip below.    



Production by Bright Red Pixels.  

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