New incarnation of EVOLanding to launch in February.
DevHub, a free platform for rapidly developing web sites, will launch to the public later this month.
Mass developing web sites isn’t easy. DevHub makes it easier, but you shouldn’t expect to be able to just press a button to develop 1,000 domain names. Technically DevHub would allow you to do that, but you won’t get long term search engine traffic. It takes a little elbow grease to realize its true potential.
Hence the new name, DevHub, instead of the parking-centric EVOLanding. As DevHub describes it:
DevHub is a web hosted publishing platform and content editor. We bring publishing tools, API integrations, and monetization partners together into an easy to use ecosystem of reusable building blocks for accelerated development.
The company is purposely distancing itself from being just a glorified domain parking service. DevHub takes the pain out of development making it possible for technically challenged people to develop dynamic web sites.
I’ve been playing around with the system and wrote a preview back in November.
Consider a domain name you own related to chess. Within minutes, you can create a basic web site with 5 pages of content including videos of chess tips, a store of chess items, a news feed, etc. Just drag and drop modules such as videos, affiliate links, or pay-per-click ads to the location on the page where you want them. Then enter your own custom content (and that’s important).
DevHub will open to new clients later this month. You can submit your e-mail address at DevHub.com to be notified of its release.