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Jul 18, 2019 1:21 PM ET

SubHub offers a managed and hosted service making it easy for anyone to build and run a money-making content website.


SubHub offers a managed and hosted service making it easy for anyone to build and run a money-making content website.

iCrowd Newswire - Jul 18, 2019

SubHub offers a managed and hosted service making it easy for anyone to build and run a money-making content website. 

There are two key drivers of the SubHub proposition. The first is ease-of-use — anyone can build and run a content website simply by logging in via their web browser. No technical skill is required. The second is a focus on revenue generation — SubHub clients can make money from their content by activating integrated revenue generation features, such as membership/subscription. 

Other blogging or website building solutions typically require some technical know-how in order to build a robust site. Furthermore, none feature integrated revenue generation tools — if such tools are available they are typically third-party add-ons, requiring more technical skill to implement. 

The SubHub solution is designed for web novices — content owners and creators who may be individuals (authors, journalists, personalities, experts) or small- to mid-sized publishers. For those who are more technically inclined, SubHub also provides tools for taking greater control of one’s site. 

The SubHub solution is fully managed and hosted, making it truly turnkey. Customers pay nothing for a base SubHub website and many of the add-on features, with charges only made for using a domain name or premium functionality. 

Over time SubHub intends to provide an increasing range of services to its community of customers, making it easier for them to be successful and enabling SubHub to share in some of the resulting revenues.

Management

Chief Executive Officer
Evan Rudowski

Evan RudowskiEvan Rudowski is a 22-year veteran of online and internet and is current co-founder of SubHub (www.subhub.com). 

Previously Evan was founder of Atlantic Leap (www.atlanticleap.net) which provides recruitment and other services to U.S. internet companies seeking to enter or expand in Europe. 

From 1998-2001 Evan was managing director of Excite Europe and Excite UK Ltd. From 1996-1998 Evan was senior producer at Excite.com, responsible for roughly half of the content channels on the Excite web portal. Also at Excite he was director of City.net, once the leading travel website. 

Before Excite Evan worked in a business development role at News Corporation, responsible for various activities at iGuide, News Corp’s first-ever internet venture. 

Evan began his career at Newsday where from 1987 to 1995 he was responsible for launching and managing some of the earliest online activities at this major daily newspaper.

Marketing
Mark Ramskill

Mark RamskillMark Ramskill has been actively involved with the internet for the last 12 years and is currently head of marketing for SubHub (subhub.com), a subscription content platform. 

From 2004 to 2007 Mark was co-founder of Hostcymru, a web development and hosting company, based in Cardiff, Wales. 

Before this Mark spent six years working for Tui UK (formerly Thomson Travel Group), first as an interactive digital TV consultant, then later as new media development manager for all late availability holiday brands. Sites that Mark managed during this period included latedeals.com and skideals.com 

Mark began his career in 1998 as a lecturer at Teesside University in Middlesbrough, where he developed and taught two modules, internet authoring and interactive systems. 

Mark received a Bachelor of Science degree in Media Technology from Teesside University in 1997. He currently lives in Cardiff Bay, Wales.

Director
Simon Murdoch

Simon MurdochSimon set up online bookstore Bookpages in 1996 and sold it to Amazon in 1998. As VP Europe for Amazon, he managed huge growth from start-up through to multimillion turnover and hundreds of staff. 

As an Angel investor, he has invested in Shazam, been chairman of VideoIsland (now merged with and renamed LoveFilm, and purchased in Feb 2011 by Amazon.com), Zoopla! and Shutl (currently chairman). 

Simon founded and funded FriendsAbroad.com, a social network for developing language skills and contacts abroad which was successfully sold to Lesson Nine GmbH, operators of language learning site Babbel.com. 

Simon is currently CEO of StormForward, an e-commerce conversion consultancy which helpsonline retailers to increase their online sales 
and profits.

Director
David Hulston

 

 
Miles Galliford

Co-Founder at SubHub

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