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 Week at Digital Brands

Toby Sembower

Toby Sembower, Chief Executive Officer

What I'm Working On: A new week here DB presents another week of challenges and opportunities. This week I'll be working on changes to processes to better optimize how we produce high-quality content while also working with our ad partners on the many opportunities we have for placements on our sites.

Ryan S. Frankel

Ryan S. Frankel, Chief Technology Officer

What I'm Working On: Our development team is diving into some new projects to update and expand our sites. Trying to accurately report on thousands of offers is always a constant goal of ours, and we will spend time optimizing those systems this week. In addition, we are working on some tools to expand our research capabilities.

Anne Chumley

Anne Chumley, Operations Manager

What I'm Working On: As we near the end of February, payment tracking will be my priority for this week, in addition to my regular payments, quarterly and daily number updates, and invoicing. Regular auditing of our sites will keep me busy as well. Have a great week, everyone!

Hayley Mathis

Hayley Mathis, Lifestyle Editor

What I'm Working On: I have numerous dating, relationship, and lifestyle experts to interview this week, and I'm excited to hear their unique stories and how they're helping singles and couples meet their individual love goals. I also have several how-to guides to write and edit, including one about avoiding online dating scams. Stay tuned!

PJ Fancher

PJ Fancher, Senior Web Developer

What I'm Working On: Last week I started working on updating to use new feeds. This is a critical task, and I will spend the first part of this week getting everything perfect. Afterward, I will finish up deal summaries for the DealCrunch mobile site and implement a time sync bug fix on all our sites.

Kent Stephan

Kent Stephan, Creative Director

What I'm Working On: I am almost complete with the designs that incorporate more retail categories on We'll have even more articles answering the most popular questions about retail and services. I'll be working on the mobile version this week. I'll also be working on a number of feature images as well.

Alexandra Leslie

Alexandra Leslie, Tech Editor

What I'm Working On: We’ve got a lot of irons in the fire as we continue to expound upon the resources we offer hosting users and the opportunities we deliver to our hosting partners. This week I hope to get started with a guest post for one of our favorite web hosts for growing business sites — HostGator!

Ashley Dull

Ashley Dull, Finance Editor

What I'm Working On: My goals this week are to finish the full reviews for our personal loans partners on, assign a few how-to guides to our freelance writers, and, as always, keep the outreach and interviews chugging along. Have a great week, everyone!

Lauren Keys

Lauren Keys, Retail Editor

What I'm Working On: While it's a shorter week for me with President's Day on Monday and the wedding I'm in this Friday, I'm planning on keeping our content train barreling down the tracks. We've got a couple interviews over the next few days, and I'm getting more lined up for next week.

Roberto Sanchez

Roberto Sanchez, Web Developer

What I'm Working On: I'll be working on bugs and tweaks for several of our sites this week. I have forum fixes for DatingAdvice and pagination fixes for HostingAdvice on my schedule. I will also do some content tweaks on DealCrunch, making it easier to test sitewide changes on our posts across all sites, and do minor bug fixes across all our sites.

Levi Horowitz

Levi Horowitz, SEM Associate

What I'm Working On: With upcoming web hosting and retail conferences, I’ll spend a portion of this week poring over the attendee lists of each to determine who our team should meet with to discuss what is new and happening in each industry. Additionally, I’ll be looking for folks for our finance and lifestyle teams to speak with.

Amber Brooks

Amber Brooks, Contributing Editor

What I'm Working On: We cover a fairly broad spectrum of topics on DatingAdvice, and this week is no exception. We've reached out to the experts in everything from fashion to matchmaking to make sure we keep singles on our site updated with the latest trends and best advice!

Laura Stamey

Laura Stamey, Contributing Editor

What I'm Working On: I'm motivated to knock out lots of great work during this short week. I'll be comparing the internet's most popular publishing platforms, writing about neat tools for coding and marketing, and reviewing another hosting provider's services — all for helping our readers get their sites online quickly, reliably, and painlessly.

Lillian Guevara-Castro

Lillian Guevara-Castro, Contributing Editor

What I'm Working On: I’ll be catching up on editing articles for our sites and preparing for a busy week. Refreshed after Monday off for President's Day, I’m looking forward to reading the latest news on all our verticals. Keep up with the trends and visit our sites.

Brittney Mayer

Brittney Mayer, Contributing Editor

What I'm Working On: It's all about education this week in finance as we get to know some great online learning resources sure to increase anyone's financial know-how. We'll also be exploring an organization working to help women fight gender-based pay gaps in the workforce.

Adam West

Adam West, Contributing Editor

What I'm Working On: The DealCrunch team has had a wealth of interesting interviews the past couple of weeks, which has set us up to produce some interesting content about companies making a difference in retail. On the freelance side, we've been getting great efforts from some talented writers.

Jon McDonald

Jon McDonald, Contributing Editor

What I'm Working On: While this week is on the short side, that doesn't mean we don't have a lot of great writing to get done. I will be focusing on a few great companies for DealCrunch this week — including an online print shop you may have heard of. I will be relying on our freelancers to deliver great content to all of our sites.

Sean Garrity

Sean Garrity, Contributing Editor

What I'm Working On: This week I’ll be working on a feature for HostingAdvice on effective backup and synchronization software. I’ll also be continuing the charge to publish articles from our freelance team across all our sites. Though it’s a short week, it’s sure to be a productive one.


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.