1 May 2023

Introducing! (Giveaway inside)

Introducing! (Giveaway inside)

Introducing SubPage - the one app to create all sub-pages for your business website. SubPage lets you add Policy pages with widgets, Changelog pages, Blog, FAQ pages, Career pages, Sitemap pages, and Glossary pages to your existing website.

Whether you are building a new website or trying to add pages to your existing website, SubPage offers you a no-code web page builder that has specialized features for every type of page.

Why did we build SubPage?

The process of building a website's landing or home page is a thrilling endeavor that centers around presenting a compelling value proposition. Such an undertaking necessitates the use of a highly creative approach and requires the full engagement of a skilled website designer. However, the same cannot be said for content-heavy pages like Privacy Policies, Cookie Policies, Changelog, and the like. Here, the focus is on the content itself, which requires frequent updates. To accomplish this, we often subscribe to specialized blog applications, changelog applications, or widget builders in addition to utilizing a no-code website builder or coding the entire website. But, maintaining separate applications for a single website can be onerous and costly. This realization prompted us to create Subpage - a single application that offers all the specialized features for every page.

What can you do with SubPage?

As of date, SubPage lets you add these pages to your website:

All Policy pages

Add Privacy policy, Terms of Service, Cookie Policy, License policy, refund policy, etc., within minutes to your website, making it fully compliant. All these pages have these special features:

  1. Revision history - Save important/ major changes to policies as versions and also choose to display the versions on your website with the flip of a toggle button.
  2. Download option - Integrate a 'Download PDF' button in all the policy pages so that your business users can save the policy directly from the website. Again, it is optional and can be turned on/off with a toggle.
  3. Multiple language support - If your business has a global audience, you can make the policy pages available in different languages by including a language dropdown on the policy page on your website. You can easily translate the content to multiple languages using the auto-translate option.
  4. AI assist - AI is now an inevitable part of all apps. Use the in-built AI assist feature to speed up writing your policies.
  5. Templates - Ready-made templates for all policies for common industries are available to kick-start your policy creation process.
  6. Widgets
  7. Cookie Widget - The cookie consent widget is available in different styles and configurations and takes only a minute to configure.
  8. Terms of Service Widget - Include Terms & Conditions in your website with this widget. Link to your terms and conditions and let users agree to them with a checkbox.
  9. Themes - Choose between different styles of the Policy pages and customize everything to match your brand.

Change Log Page

Adding a change log page to your product website is an important step in keeping your users informed, building trust and credibility, and encouraging user engagement. Now, you can add a change log page to your website within minutes using SubPage.

With the Change Log page editor, you get the following:

  1. Intuitive editor - Just add the title and description of the product update.
  2. Add Tags - Use custom tags with different colors to differentiate between major updates, bug fixes, and other update types.
  3. Banner notification widget - Make sure your users do not miss the major product updates by adding a Banner notification inside your app or website.
  4. 'What's new' widget - Bring the product updates as notifications inside your app using the 'What's new' widget.
  5. Beautiful themes - Choose from different styles to display your change log and customize it to match your brand style.

Blog page

This blog that you are reading right now has been made with SubPage! Simple, yet with all the necessary features to publish your blog at no extra cost.

  1. Powerful editor - You can add images, videos, and embeds to your blog as well as style your content with the rich text editor toolbar.
  2. Fill with AI - Use the AI feature to help you write the first draft of your blog by just entering the blog title.
  3. Built-in stock image library -Choose images from Unsplash or interesting GIFs from Giphy, or generate images with AI to easily add images to your blog.
  4. Add tags - Use custom tags to help readers identify the blog type, like Guides, Case Studies, etc.
  5. Custom slug - Editable article slug helps you have the desired link for your blog article. This is also useful if you are considering migrating your existing blog to SubPage.
  6. Themes - Choose from different Blog themes and customize it further to your brand style.

Career Page

If you are not looking for integration with a full-fledged recruitment platform (which is very expensive) and want to include a simple career page that highlights your company's value proposition and lists all the job openings, then you can use SubPage. You can build a career page in 5 minutes, that will have the following features:

  1. Categorised Job listing
  2. Search functionality for viewers to find jobs by description, location or job type
  3. Collect job application from candidates with their resume.
  4. Individual job opening page for each listing
  5. Get notified via email for every job application received.
  6. Track and shortlist applicants via the Manager view inside SubPage.

Help Center Page

The help center page is an inevitable page for your product website and a great customer support resource. SubPage offers a rich and powerful editor that helps you create and manage your help pages easily.

  1. Beautiful layouts
  2. Add callouts, code blocks, sequence number sections to make your help article super easy to understand.
  3. Built-in image annotator to add markups to screenshots used inside the help article
  4. Help center widget that can be added to your app or website
  5. Get user feedback on help articles with ratings
  6. Native analytics to track your help center performance

Roadmap Page

Having a public roadmap page on your website shows your commitment and keeps your users informed (and excited) about the upcoming features. With SubPage, you can create a Roadmap page with these features.

  1. Kanban Style roadmap
  2. Get user feedback with votes
  3. Optionally collect suggestions/feature requests from users
  4. Private roadmap items for internal use
  5. Layout and branding options

More SubPages

Apart from the above-listed sub-pages, you can also create SEO boosting pages like the Sitemap page, Glossary page, and FAQ page for your website using SubPage.

SubPage also offers unlimited and role-based collaboration with your team so that all your efforts in boosting your business website are unified in one place.

Sign up for SubPage today and start taking your website to the next level by adding all subpages. Use the coupon code WELCOME20 as a welcome offer to get a 20% discount on all our plans.