Expertise and dedication define our company and team. Daniel Rust, a gifted software architect and Mark Michael, a bold entrepreneur met in high school. They've been working together ever since.
In 2007, Daniel and Mark sold SynapseLife to a company in Indiana that requested 10+ sites to be built. Instead of building 10 sites, Daniel decided to create “modules” to build pages, which would speed up building sites.
Daniel, Mark and third co-founder Geoff Nuval form EVO Landing, LLC.
EVO Landing launches to help clean up the domain parking industry by publishing relevant sites for web users.
Monster Venture Partners Invests in EVO Landing, LLC.
Google flags an EVO Landing site. The co-Founders decide at that moment to never build a company or technology that was scared of Google.
EVO Landing establishes 40+ content and advertising network partnerships to solidify a holistic approach to providing relevant content sites.
Geoff Entress, John Cunningham, Jeff Schrock, Richard Wolpert, Alex Algard among other well known investors from Seattle, LA, SF and NY kicked in an additional investment, closing out a Series A.
Company changes name to EVO Media Group - makers of DevHub.com.
Company becomes profitable temporarily.
Version 1.0 Release
EVO Media Group closes out a series A-1.
EVO Media Group’s flagship product decides to gamify. Allowing users to only build one step at a time - unlocking new options as a user built more relevant sites.
Version 1.2 Release
DevHub launches as a fully gamifyed website builder to much fanfare.
Instead of bloggers using DevHub - many small businesses sign up.
DevHub had no way to monetize small businesses.
Mostly everyone was let go besides Daniel, Mark and Gerald Thibault (JT).
Mark has a conversation with an investor who says “We invested in you and Daniel, not your idea... it will be you that fails.”
DevHub officially lets Geoff Nuval resign. Mark and Daniel take the helm. No cash, and 1 customer - a large North American media company that licenses the software, but has not yet gone live.
Version 1.5 Release
Mark and Daniel begin licensing the DevHub platform to media companies who want to bundle in “digital products” (i.e. websites) alongside traditional media sales (i.e. yellow pages, tv ads, radio).
Mark and Daniel launch a side project called YearlyLeaf, taking additional investment under EVO. This keeps the lights on for the year.
Version 1.6 Release
DevHub has 5 active licenses.
DevHub is slogging along and picks up 2 new licenses.
Version 2.0 Release
DevHub is innovating faster than customers who are struggling to sell small business websites at scale.
DevHub is beginning to see the light of powering more than just media companies, but also brands and agencies.
Mark and Daniel close Marchex Inc, a leader in call tracking.
Version 2.9 Release
DevHub begins to hit profitability and brings on an interim CEO.
Version 3.0 Release
DevHub Proxy (Productized).
DevHub Location Pages Productized.
Most major media companies around the globe have a license of DevHub.
Version 4.0 Release
Version 5.0 Release
Version 6.0 Release
Mark and Daniel take back the reins at DevHub.
Mark spearheads sales and marketing; Daniel leads product and innovation.
DevHub is being used by agencies looking to execute landing pages at scale.
Mark and Daniel close a significant deal with a $3.5 billion dollar media company.
DevHub Schema Markup ready.
DevHub begins hiring and closes more deals.
Version 6.2 Release
DevHub is being used by Fortune 50 brand(s).
DevHub launches RallyMind.com as a standalone product aimed squarely at agencies looking for a more effective way to build more landing pages, location pages and performance based sites/ promos.
DevHub expands its reach into channel marketing, co-op marketing with RallyMind.
DevHub is 60 key accounts and growing.
DevHub is hiring full stack developers. Daniel still runs product and innovation. Mark sales and marketing. DevHub is formally announced as the company name, shedding EVO from its history.
DevHub is at 65 key accounts.
DevHub and its related products are now used by more brands and agencies to build landing pages, micro sites and full websites.
DevHub is 70 key accounts and growing.
Version 7.0 Release
DevHub is 76 key accounts and growing.
DevHub is 81 key accounts and growing.
DevHub is 87 key accounts and growing.
DevHub has 65 vetted 3rd party vendors.
DevHub is 89 key accounts and growing.
DevHub expands Seattle offices.
DevHub is 98 key accounts and growing.
DevHub refreshes RallyMind product website.
DevHub is 99 key accounts and growing.
DevHub is 105 key accounts and growing.
Version 7.3.4 Release
DevHub is 108 key accounts and growing.
DevHub is 121 key accounts and growing.
Version 7.3.7 Release
DevHub on-boards the 124th enterprise account.
Version 7.4.0 Release
DevHub Launches Native Wordpress plugin to host landing pages within existing Wordpress sites and domains.
DevHub Launches Custom CDN Support.
DevHub is 131 deployments and growing.
DevHub is 139 deployments and growing.
DevHub enters its 13th industry 'Powersports' through 7 Media Group and Tucker Powersports.
Version 7.5.0 Release
DevHub is 140 deployments and growing.
COVID19 stay at home order issued.
DevHub is 150 deployments and growing.
DevHub is 155 deployments and growing.
DevHub now powers 8 industry leaders in Local / Channel Marketing.
DevHub is 161 deployments and growing.
Version 7.6.2 Release
DevHub is 163 brands deployed and growing.
DevHub is 167 brands deployed and growing.
DevHub is 169 brands deployed and growing.
Version 7.7.1 Release
DevHub is 171 brands deployed and growing.
Version 7.7.2 Release
DevHub is 178 brands deployed and growing.
DevHub is 179 brands deployed and growing.
DevHub Acquires Brickwork Software adding Nike, Chanel and others to their 'powered by' portfolio.