For Immediate Release

Mark Ramskill
SubHub Ltd.
+44 (0) 2920 444 787
+44 (0) 845 280 2699
mark.ramskill@subhub.com
www.subhub.com

Cardiff Bay, Cardiff – SubHub, a provider of publishing solutions for those wishing to make money from online content, announces the launch of its first London-based Web-content workshop, on Friday, 12 October, in London.

Entitled ‘How to Transform Your Knowledge and Expertise into a Successful Online Business’, this is the first in a number of regular workshops resulting from the ever-growing demand for the company’s extensive experience in enabling individuals and businesses to profit from their own unique content.

Having launched close to 100 client websites and provided a regular series of free online articles syndicated to sites worldwide, SubHub’s founders, Miles Galliford and Evan Rudowski, feel the time is now right to take their knowledge and know-how to the lecture circuit, allowing their audience to benefit from face-to-face interactive sessions.

Says Galliford, ‘Everyone has a passion, a hobby, knowledge or expertise that is valuable to someone. More and more individuals and small companies are publishing their expertise online, and many are starting to generate good revenue from their websites.

‘The reason for this phenomenal growth is that it is an opportunity open to everyone. The falling cost of Web publishing tools, combined with many new services enabling publishers to make money from their content, has revolutionised the market. Even the most niche subjects can find a loyal audience around the world.

‘This particular workshop is aimed at individuals or groups who are considering starting a content website and want to make money from the information they publish. This could include individuals with specialist knowledge, authors, journalists, small businesses, sports clubs, fan clubs, consultants, coaches, societies, associations or publishers with a print publication they want to move online.’

Galliford and Rudowski have spent the last 10 years working in the Web content industry, including with SubHub.

Galliford came to the entrepreneurial start-up world from BT, where for three years he worked on the Internet mergers, acquisition and joint ventures team, with responsibility for identifying and completing deals with US new media companies such as Excite, Inktomi, News International, Commerce One and Netcentives. Prior to joining the Internet team he was account director of several major BT accounts, negotiating contracts with values in excess of $70 million for the provision of global voice and data networks.

Rudowski began his career at the Times Mirror newspapers Newsday and New York Newsday, and from 1998 through 2001 was managing director of Excite Europe, where he managed rapid growth across Europe, building a team of 200 people and revenues of $30 million in those three years alone. He is founder and managing director of Atlantic Leap Ventures Ltd., which specialises in helping interactive media, commerce and technology companies to expand successfully in Europe.

Galliford and Rudowski are authors of the book The Subscription Website Bible, published in 2006, and together with their team of specialists, they provide a compelling proposition for those who want to take the first steps into the widely acknowledged growing field of content creation and promotion.

Divided into four sessions – An Introduction to Online Content Publishing; How to Make Money from Content on the Web; Building Your Website Without Technical Skills; and Growing Your Online Business – this series of workshops is expected to sell out extremely quickly.

More information regarding this workshop, including booking details, can be found at www.subhub.com.

SubHub provides an all-in-one solution that enables individuals and small businesses to rapidly design, build and run their own money-making content website. Whether you want to run a profitable membership/subscription website, an online magazine or an advertising-driven website, SubHub’s fixed-price solution can get you up and running fast.

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Published on: 12:00AM on 24th August 2007