MuggleNet Goes Public – Grab a Piece of Fandom History!

In our ongoing mission to represent the Harry Potter fandom, MuggleNet is excited to announce that the site will be going public and making its stock market debut. Soon, fans across the globe will have the opportunity to buy shares in the #1 Wizarding World Resource Since 1999. MuggleNet has always belonged to the fans – and now it literally will.

Dumbledore taught us that love is the most powerful magic in the world. But we also know that money is power. Want to have a say in MuggleNet’s editorial direction? Put your money where your mouth is! The largest stockholders will have creative control of the site. Don’t like what our writers have to say about Harry Potter and the Cursed Child or Fantastic Beasts? You get to decide what kind of content we produce. And the more engagement the site gets, the more money comes back to the shareholders. We know that nothing matters more to the Harry Potter community than clicks, clout, and cold, hard cash. So give us yours, and we’ll cast a Doubling Charm on it for you!

We see Harry Potter for what it is: a business opportunity. Between our website content, our popular podcasts, and our print publications, MuggleNet is growing every day, and with your investment, we can go even further. Keep an eye out for our upcoming projects that will increase our cash flow and make more sweet Galleons for our investors. Time to open up that Gringotts vault and watch your treasure multiply like the Lestranges’.



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Laurie Beckoff

My Harry Potter journey began in 2000 when I was six and continued through a bachelor's thesis and master's dissertation on medievalism in the series. I'm a Gryffindor from New York City with a passion for theatre, fantasy, Arthurian legend, and science fiction.