Service Converts Email Content Into Web Pages

An Australian firm has rolled out a service through which Internet users can create a web page by sending an email. converts the contents of emails into web pages with a unique address, the company says.

"Sharing content online should be easy,” states Nick Drewe, founder of “Users shouldn't have to worry about web hosting, learning HTML, or even registering an account with a website building service just to create a web page."

Drewe adds that the goal is to “tear down the technical barriers to publishing content online for the next 3 billion internet users.”

The service has users in 100 countries, and pages in multiple languages, including English, Chinese, Spanish, Russian and Arabic.

Drewe states that users are “blogging, creating event pages, publishing email threads, and sharing education resources." 



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  1. michael ayer from RIGINAIR, July 19, 2017 at 5:23 p.m. from Ireland does the same thing with UPC codes, every code scanned at retail turns into a web page and gets dropped into the massive folder that Google keeps for local search results.  Search for Ice Sparkling Water in Los Altos, CA and you will get a "Pointy Page" showing the retailer that participates with

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