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.

Director of Online Marketing »

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

Writers & Editors — (Full Time) »

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

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

May 2017
Toby Sembower

Toby Sembower, Chief Executive Officer

What I'm Working On: May promises to be a banner month at DB with our web properties hitting all-time highs in traffic and engagement. This month, we'll continue the work that got us here: producing great content for our audiences, developing new functionalities for our sites' users, and working with partners to ensure maximum exposure.

Ryan S. Frankel

Ryan S. Frankel, Chief Technology Officer

What I'm Working On: Our content team is hitting on all cylinders, and I believe we have some of the most in-depth and well-written content on the web. In addition, the development team is working on additional features to our sites that increase performance and engagement as well as the launch of the new GRACE Marketplace website.

Anne Chumley

Anne Chumley, Operations Manager

What I'm Working On: Quarter one started a profitable year, and it looks like we are right on track once again this quarter. As always, I will begin the month 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: May is looking to be a busy month — got lots of interviews to conduct and articles to assign, write, edit, and promote. These will be with dating-specific experts and companies as well as those who are outside of the industry but are still providing a great resource that we want to let our readers know about.

PJ Fancher

PJ Fancher, Senior Web Developer

What I'm Working On: This month starts out with the dev team finishing up our work on the new GRACE Marketplace website. Afterward, I will shift my focus back to, coding out new features that are coming down the pipeline. As always, I will make various security and performance updates across all our sites throughout the month.

Kent Stephan

Kent Stephan, Creative Director

What I'm Working On: A few projects for will be my focus this month. I'll be working on the design for an in-depth singles dating guide for cities across America. We'll also be wrapping up design updates to our dating site and app reviews pages. As always, I'll also be supporting the content team with many feature images every week.

Alexandra Leslie

Alexandra Leslie, Tech Editor

What I'm Working On: After a fruitful few weeks of conference planning and aftermath, I'm looking forward to a month of normalcy (or as close as we get on HostingAdvice) in May. The team will be full steam ahead on profiling industry leaders, forging new relationships as Toby and I continue to scale things up for our existing partners.

Ashley Dull

Ashley Dull, Finance Editor

What I'm Working On: Our finance verticals have had a slew of busy weeks, and May will be no different. As we strive to schedule more interviews and create more content, I’ll be working with the finance team to maximize efficiencies so we can turn up the notch on quantity and quality.

Lauren Keys

Lauren Keys, Retail Editor

What I'm Working On: May marks the rollout of our new comparison articles on DealCrunch — where we crunch offers on everything from cell phone plans to tire specials to help our consumer audience get the best deal. On our retail industry blog, we'll be working hard to keep up with interviews to educate and entertain our broad business audience.

Roberto Sanchez

Roberto Sanchez, Web Developer

What I'm Working On: We'll be starting the month by delivering a fully redesigned website to the good people at GRACE. We are hoping our contributions will help GRACE better connect with people needing help and with people seeking volunteer and charity opportunities. We will also continue adding new features to our sites.

Levi Horowitz

Levi Horowitz, SEM Associate

What I'm Working On: It’s a brand new month here at Digital Brands, which means it’s time for me to pull reports from our partners to evaluate which content is working on our sites and optimize others. Additionally, I’ll be finding the best people in each vertical for our team to cover and provide as a resource to our audience.

Amber Brooks

Amber Brooks, Contributing Editor

What I'm Working On: We're setting a blazing pace of interviews and articles at DatingAdvice. This month, I'll have plenty of writing projects to keep me busy. From where to take a first date to what to name your first kid, I'll be tackling a variety of topics relevant to singles and couples worldwide.

Laura Stamey

Laura Stamey, Contributing Editor

What I'm Working On: Another month, another stretch of growth and great content on HostingAdvice. I'm looking forward to learning from all the interviews and technologies we'll be featuring, as well as developing some great internal tools. Also, I hear a top-notch Contributing Editor has a birthday coming up in the middle of the month...

Lillian Guevara-Castro

Lillian Guevara-Castro, Contributing Editor

What I'm Working On: As we start the month, each of our verticals is exploding with news and how-tos. You can call it the budding month of May, but this level of content production is really the standard at Digital Brands. Our editors and writers are on constant watch for the latest trends and relevant updates for the benefit of our readers.

Brittney Mayer

Brittney Mayer, Contributing Editor

What I'm Working On: We're spreading the finance love through a variety of guest posts this month as we help fledgling entrepreneurs save on their new or growing small businesses. We'll also be looking into the average credit score to help readers see how they compare to their peers.

Adam West

Adam West, Contributing Editor

What I'm Working On: After refining a handful of content processes, everything is running smoothly for both our in-house and freelance writers. This is great for all of us, as it should result in more high-quality content on our websites. In the meantime, it's been exciting gearing up for another battle of the bands.

Jon McDonald

Jon McDonald, Contributing Editor

What I'm Working On: We have a lot of great content on tap at DealCrunch for May, including interviews with giants of the retail industry — as well as smaller companies making a big impact. We are also working hard to answer more questions from our community of readers on a variety of deal-related subjects.

Sean Garrity

Sean Garrity, Contributing Editor

What I'm Working On: From network security solutions to virtualization and telemedicine, there is no shortage of topics I’ll be covering on HostingAdvice this month. Our freelance team working on our tech and lifestyle sites will also be busy churning out content on a wide array of hot subject matter. It should be a great transition into summer.


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.