New York (PRESS RELEASE – August 25, 2011) – Onepager, a do-it-yourself website platform for small businesses, launched today to provide small business owners a way to instantly create a customer-facing website.
Onepager allows small business owners to effortlessly create and maintain visually appealing business websites. Business owners can list their business’ services, hours, and location, and they may add features such as Google Maps integration, social media accounts, and a photo gallery. Onepager is a complete platform that integrates the purchase of domain names and setup of custom email addresses.
“It’s staggering how many businesses still have no significant online presence,” said Onepager co-founder Matthew Shampine. “Our goal is to allow businesses to quickly get online and generate new business from their online presence. We’re building a platform that will give small businesses a great set of powerful tools that are easy enough that a person with limited technical knowledge can understand and use.”
Onepager has already received praise from customers as well as business associations. “I’ve wanted to make my dad a site [for his business] for so long, but I haven’t had the time to develop anything — this is perfect!” said Lauren Leto, founder of Texts From Last Night and Bnter. Recent accolades for the platform include the audience choice award at the New Jersey Technology Meetup.
The company plans to develop additional tools for small business owners, which will include an analytics dashboard, email newsletter tool, and an improved on-boarding process leveraging existing small business content already on the web.
About Onepager, Inc.
Onepager allows small business owners to create and manage a beautiful web presence. Onepager’s goal is for all small businesses to get online and be able to build their business through their platform. The company was founded by Matt Shampine, Matt Moore, Eric Tarn, and Yin Yin Chan and is located in New York City.