PageMagic

Dead-simple website content management.

No Employees
Founders Code
Solo Founder
Content
Marketing
SaaS

Updating website/app content was and is always the hardest part: do I edit and deploy each time, or built a custom CMS with database. I built PageMagic to make updating content dead-simple from the browser.

First paying customers

PageMagic has it's first paying customers - woop!

For Marketing Teams

Up until recently, I've been building PageMagic for 2 customer types: indie developers and freelancers who are building small static websites who want to have the ability to edit the content easily without having to deploy. The other was agencies building websites for clients who can offer PageMagic-style editing as a feature. But a huge opportunity lies in larger companies too, where non technical teams like marketing teams want to edit content and can't. I've seen this first-hand at 2 startups, but somehow didn't make the connection!

Updating website/app content was and is always the hardest part: do I edit and deploy each time, or built a custom CMS with database. I built PageMagic to make updating content dead-simple from the browser.