Digital Brands Inc.

Vertical Innovation

Authoritative Content

Engaged Audiences

Brand Focused

We build, own, and operate market-leading web properties that serve consumer needs in large verticals such as retail, lifestyle, finance, and others.

We imagine a superior user experience, then build it.

Our sites quickly become trusted authorities on their respective topics by connecting users with free advice and guides authored by leading experts.

We identify leading experts, then give them a platform.

Our sites attract and engage with millions of Internet users every month via a variety of popular search, display, and social media platforms.

We attract target audiences, then engage and interact.

We don’t just build websites; we build brands. From concept to creation, we focus on creating a unique, branded experience for users and partners alike.

We think “brand” first, then build vertical leaders.

Our Brands

Digital Brands is a fast-growing developer of high-traffic websites in competitive online verticals. Learn more about each of our market-leading brands below.


We are always seeking talented, passionate individuals to join our growing team of developers, bloggers and marketers. Want to join our team? See below for our latest job openings.

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Director of Online Marketing »

Now seeking a Director of Online Marketing to plan and implement strategies... (read more)

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Writers & Editors — (Full Time) »

Immediate openings for multiple individuals to serve as full-time content writers, editors... (read more)

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Web Developers — Front, Back, Full Stack »

Now seeking mid-level to senior software developers to build innovative market intelligence tools... (read more)

This Month at Digital Brands

April 2017
Toby Sembower

Toby Sembower, Chief Executive Officer

What I'm Working On: It's another busy month here at Digital Brands, as we'll be working to implement new processes to our editorial flow and launching new features on our websites. I'll also be working to bring new talent aboard and grow our editorial team over the coming weeks.

Ryan S. Frankel

Ryan S. Frankel, Chief Technology Officer

What I'm Working On: Our new editorial process is shaping up as we move into the second quarter of 2017. Our goal, as always, is to have the best articles, features, and guides on the web. On the tech side, we are always adding new features, metrics, and systems to our sites that allow us to better support our content and marketing teams.

Anne Chumley

Anne Chumley, Operations Manager

What I'm Working On: With one quarter of 2017 now in the books, the future is definitely looking bright! The start to this month will have me busy as always with payroll, first of the month invoicing and payments, and account reconciliations. With future profit projections, payment tracking, and site auditing, I plan to stay busy!

Hayley Mathis

Hayley Mathis, Lifestyle Editor

What I'm Working On: The past month has been jam-packed, and we've covered the gamut in terms of topics. We've had dozens of interviews with companies, organizations, and people — ranging from technology forums to park conservancies and couples counselors. We'll keep the ball rolling on the production as April gets underway.

PJ Fancher

PJ Fancher, Senior Web Developer

What I'm Working On: I will start out this month by wrapping up all the new feed updates for and making sure they continue to run smoothly. I will be demoing the new offers feature I completed for to our editors and also begin working on a new reviews section for

Kent Stephan

Kent Stephan, Creative Director

What I'm Working On: There are a few design projects for this month, including a new apps review page as well as a city dating guide for singles. The apps review page features new design elements that may also be used for our traditional reviews pages. I'll also have plenty of feature images to create for our articles.

Alexandra Leslie

Alexandra Leslie, Tech Editor

What I'm Working On: It’s HostingCon month for the HostingAdvice team! Sure, the event itself is only a few days, but the networking and editorial opportunities will spill over for weeks to come. Ryan and I are kicking off April with three days' worth of meetings, and then it's full steam ahead on what's sure to be a productive blur of a month!

Ashley Dull

Ashley Dull, Finance Editor

What I'm Working On: I have a lot to do to prepare for my absence next week, so I’ll be working to fill the queue with interviews to keep Brittney busy as well as getting a lot of how-to guides through the editing process and scheduled for publication so we never miss a beat while I’m away.

Lauren Keys

Lauren Keys, Retail Editor

What I'm Working On: Launching into the second quarter of the year, we'll be busy getting more community questions answered while at the same time ramping up our interviews. We've been working on ways to increase efficiency and production, and I'm confident we'll find the sweet spot this month.

Roberto Sanchez

Roberto Sanchez, Web Developer

What I'm Working On: The dev team will continue working hard this month to ensure our sites keep up with the latest Google changes. We will also focus on improving performance on our sites, improving the backup process across all our projects, and adding new content and tweaking existing content on all our sites.

Levi Horowitz

Levi Horowitz, SEM Associate

What I'm Working On: It’s a new month and a sunny, new spring quarter at Digital Brands. This month I’m excited to keep our newly optimized content machine rolling with new strategies and topics for our exceptional team to cover. The first of this month I’ll prepare a report of our last month’s success to guide our content moving forward.

Amber Brooks

Amber Brooks, Contributing Editor

What I'm Working On: We'll be talking to movers and shakers in the dating world this month, and I'm excited to share some unique date ideas for couples and helpful services for singles. From an adventure resort to the zoo, we're going to be recommending a lot of really fun dating resources, so stay tuned!

Laura Stamey

Laura Stamey, Contributing Editor

What I'm Working On: April will be a big month for HostingAdvice. A few team members will kick off the month with a trip to HostingCon, and I'll be eagerly waiting to help them share all the cool stories and technologies that emerge. I'm also looking forward to spending a lot of time on my dev project — there's a lot of rust to knock off!

Lillian Guevara-Castro

Lillian Guevara-Castro, Contributing Editor

What I'm Working On: We begin the spring with lots of excellent features and how-tos in the pipeline that broaden the discussion of the verticals for which Digital Brands is known. That means readers can expect an ever-growing expanse of reading to add to their digital libraries. Don't miss a thing and share with friends.

Brittney Mayer

Brittney Mayer, Contributing Editor

What I'm Working On: April seems to (unofficially) be technology month here in finance land, as we explore a variety of great digital tools to help your blog, e-commerce site, or other online SMB create a better customer experience. We'll also continue to crank out a number of great guides answering some of the most common finance questions.

Adam West

Adam West, Contributing Editor

What I'm Working On: As we start a new quarter, we've put some new processes in place with the goal of ramping up production. Our freelance structure has been modified, and I'm looking forward to generating more content for our finance websites, and

Jon McDonald

Jon McDonald, Contributing Editor

What I'm Working On: At DealCrunch, we have been working hard to line up some great interviews for April, and, so far, it looks like our slate is pretty full. On the freelance side, we have streamlined the process in order to foster consistency and boost production, so it should be an exciting month.

Sean Garrity

Sean Garrity, Contributing Editor

What I'm Working On: I’m excited to begin scaling our freelance efforts back up this month. Our team of writers will be busy in the coming weeks composing features on topics ranging from dating to finance and technology. I also look forward to writing a number of features and how-tos for HostingAdvice on a wide array of technical subjects.


Each of our company’s websites and apps are built with one purpose in mind: to become the leading, authoritative resource in a vertical. If your company would benefit by associating with a vertical-leading brand, contact us today to learn about advertising and other partnership opportunities with Digital Brands.

Our Charities

No matter our starting point in life, one thing we all agree on is how profoundly the people and culture of Gainesville have influenced us all. Learn about the incredible charities that Digital Brands supports as our way of saying 'thanks' to this great city we're proud to call home.

Our Culture

Digital Brands is a workplace like no other. Combine the area's coolest tech office, diverse team members and a drive to make the best websites in the market and you'll get Digital Brands' unique work culture. From weekly challenges that involve spiking beach balls in office chairs to great perks like sharing in the financial success of the company, we're smitten with our own one-of-a-kind work style.