Updates coming to DevHub consumer product and DevHub private label.
Over the last couple of years, a variety of companies have
launched applications that offer free web publishing. They
all imply that they are the best of the "New Era of Web
Publishing," allowing the average person to build websites at no
Although the concept of free and easy web publishing is desperately needed, each company has taken a somewhat different approach to their applications.
This year we (DevHub) is launching our solution for on e-commerce, Facebook pages and mobile website's for small businesses. "This added functionality has been supplied to our private label partners for just over a year, explains Mark Michael Co-founder. Now is the time for small businesses to be empowered to control thier presentation onlin i.e. how they look across the web, mobile and off-line."
For more information Join DevHub. Or you can reach us at info (at) devhub dot com.
The June 30th deadline is fast approaching and we need just 250 votes to qualify. To
vote for DevHub:
1. Go to www.missionsmallbusiness.com
2: Click the Blue "Log In and Support" Button using your Facebook Account. (Lower Right)
You will be presented with another log in button.
3. Click the Blue "Log In with Facebook" button.
You will be logged in to the Mission small business portal.
4: Find the SEARCH box lower left of the page and Search for DevHub.
5: Click the Blue "Vote" Button. (Lower Right)
At DevHub, we take our customer’s experience and transaction
And keeping that in mind while we put the finishing touches on our new e-commerce product for small to medium businesses is how we’ll out-perform our competitors.
DevHub e-commerce is targeted at users who want to sell a basic inventory of 1-24 products online without the hassles they can experience setting up the typical e-commerce store. We deliberately focused on making the process simple and fun so that entry into the online commerce business was easy for anyone.
An additional feature that simplifies the set-up process and adds extra security is the ability to share a SSL checkout page. This eliminates the expense of purchasing an individual certificate and offers our customers instant online integrity.
Participate in bringing a great new product to the online
We are looking for individuals with web development skills to be beta testers of our new advanced theme builder tool. This product will offer our customers the ability to customize the HTML and CSS of their existing site or build a new theme from scratch inside the DevHub editor.
Contact us at info (at) devhub dot com and we’ll send you all the details!
"Yellow Magic Inc and DevHub announce partnership to Market award winning web presence solution platform for directory publisher and SME's."
Yellow Magic chose to sync up their efforts and their Yellow Magic Business System with a solution from DevHub, backed by the EVO Media Group, based in Seattle, WA and Silicon Valley, CA. “DevHub is proven at scale, built to manage a large client base and is friendly with our clients existing systems. It’s a very capable site creation platform and web presence solution that answers a Directory Publishers’ need to bring additional value to their existing service offerings by bundling in a suite of proven web products.
Highlights of the article by Curt Woodward. (full article on EVO Media's DevHub Private Label Website Builder)
The customers in DevHub’s sweet spot now are businesses like domain registration sites or yellow pages directories, which can offer website-building services as a way to land more small- and medium-sized business customers of their own. Those bring a lot larger base all at once than DevHubs’s old method of upselling a free product to small website or blog owners.
“We’re really targeting and talking to companies that have these captured bases of probably a minimum of 5,000 small businesses,” co-founder Daniel Rust says. “But we’re flexible, as long as they have a market or a base sort of idea. Right now, we’re working on rolling out a new implementation in New Zealand with a partner that’s going to start doing franchised website building.”
EVO has a goal of getting 1 million sites served by its private label platform in the next 14-18 months, and each site can bring EVO average revenues ranging from 50 cents to $4 per month. To harken back to an analogy from 2009, when investor and chairman Jeff Schrock said EVO was “ramen profitable,” Michael says the company is now working with flank steak.
That’s not the only change. Michael and Rust are now manning the positions of co-president, after third co-founder and former CEO Geoffrey Nuval moved out of managing the company. He’s now in a senior business development role with EVO, although his LinkedIn profile indicates Nuval also is also working on a different company in California.
Rust and Michael are comfortable working together. Now in their late 20s, the pair were high school classmates in the Tri-Cities area of eastern Washington and attended college at Central Washington University, in Ellensburg. EVO Media is just the latest in a long line of the pair’s entrepreneurial projects over the years.
Of course we've been working hard! Was it even a question? For those of you wondering what we've been putting our time into since we launched the "gamified" version of DevHub, here's a quick update.
Remember, for most of you this will be an overview since this info has come out in our weekly newsletter, DevHub Times. But for those of you have skipped over this weekly treat your inbox (shame on you!), we're offering another chance.
-Multi-Authoring: This gives you, our users, the ability to invite trusted friends to a specific site for collaboration, guest-blogging, etc.
-Leaderboards: What's a game without a leaderboard? Now you can see where you rank overall in XP and coins. Are you in the top 20?
-Referral Dashboard: Ever wonder who is signing up from your referral link? Well, wonder no more! Now you can see all of your sign-ups and the sites they've made on DevHub.
-Twitter/ Facebook Posts: Now you don't have to leave DevHub to post to your Facebook or Twiiter accounts.
-New Themes: Since launch, we've added 4 great new themes to the Marketplace. They can be bought with coins or DevHub dollars.
-New and Upgraded Modules: Along with the new themes, we've also been working on our modules. We've added the Paypal Donate button and upgraded the Amazon module so you can drill down to specific products and more. Check it out.
-Invite Facebook Friends: We added the ability to invite your friends to join your DevHub empire directly from Facebook.
-Brand Free: For those people who don't want any trace of DevHub involvement on their website, they can pay a small yearly fee per site.
Long story short, we've been busy adding new features continually to make the experience better for you. We don't have any plans of stopping either, so make sure you drop us a lone if you have any suggestions.
Until next time,
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