Some of our favorite magazines, both business and automotive, have gone down the unfortunate fate of being canceled due to expensive costs and low retention. Fortunately, most of our favorite magazines have since rebirthed online in the form of digital content, ranging from digital publications as blogs or media heavy channels on Youtube. Needless to say, print magazines may be dead but consumable digital content such as ezines and podcasts have flourished. Nathan Chan saw this as the perfect opportunity to not only create a digital magazine, but also to create one that is better than all others in the business and entrepreneur space. Nathan saw too many magazines filled with ads, non actionable content, or fluff. The gap was filled by Nathan's magazine Foundr, a magazine for entrepreneurs that is only available digitally on Apple iTunes or Google Play Store. For over a year, Nathan has built a very solid magazine, interviewing top entrepreneurs like Richard Branson, while continuing to grow his subscriber base to nearly 50,000. Factor in the cost of production at only several thousand dollars per issue, Nathan enjoys a healthy revenue of six figures a year from paid memberships.