SnapPages Is Joining The Subsplash Family
I have always had a passion for taking complicated things and making them simple, and so I set out to create one of the first drag-and-drop website builders on the market, following three guiding principles:
- Make it useful.
- Make it simple.
- Make it awesome.
With these guiding principles SnapPages officially launched in 2008. Ten years later, while a lot has changed in the world of websites, the mission of SnapPages has remained the same!
We launched SnapPages 3 over a year ago by taking all the lessons learned over the last decade and reimagining what a website builder should look like in 2018. The result is the best-in-class website builder optimized for today’s mobile demands.
Now, over ten years later, I am thrilled and extremely proud to announce that SnapPages is taking a huge leap forward and has recently been acquired by Subsplash!
By joining the Subsplash family, I truly believe we will be able to take everything that you know and love about SnapPages to new heights, as well as add innovative features that just weren’t possible before.
I know that this may bring a lot of questions, so we’ve compiled a brief FAQ below:
Will this affect my current website?
Will my login change?
What is going to change?
For Subsplash, adding website creation to the platform is the perfect fit. For SnapPages, it means the opportunity to provide our users with even more ways to engage with their audience.
More importantly our combined core values of excellence, innovation, and humility as well as the overall vision and purpose is fully-aligned. It was our shared belief that bringing SnapPages and Subsplash together would create something uniquely better than what it could be alone, and we are excited about the future of our combined platform!
How can I learn more about the Subsplash platform?
I want to truly thank everyone of our users and everyone who has been involved with making SnapPages what it is today! Together with Subsplash, I know we can make it even better!
Really a useful post. I am a regular user of snappage, and I am happy to know that snappage has joined with subsplash family. It is true that the use of snappage for creating websites was a little bit difficult and challenging. The drag and drop feature introduced by snap page helped me to create websites quickly. The above post clarifies the doubts for people who make use of snap pages. There are several changes made with snap page after it has joined with subsplash. I came to know about the changes from the above post. It is good news for snappage users that they can continue to add features to their existing website. Subsplash offers attractive features to snappage users. Hope the Ultimate Engagement Platform developed by Subsplash would provide valuable resources on website creation. Looking forward to some useful posts from you that talk about the additional features offered by subsplash.
Thanks for your informative post.