We are excited to announce a new addition to the Thrust Division family: Targeting Monkey.
Targeting Monkey is a content personalization tool that enables copywriters and web designers to create highly dynamic pages using only HTML and including one line of CSS.
Targeting Monkey allows you to include things like the city name (How's ?) (We think you are in , but are not sure), the country name (looks like you are from ), as well as other information we gather from the IP (looks like you are in an airport!) (looks like you are in an hotel!) (looks like you are at school / university!).
Web developers can accomplish all this by only editing the HTML and including a custom generated CSS file at the top of the page.
You can check out the source code of this page to understand how it works.
Targeting Monkey is already online at targetingmonkey.com, but it is still undergoing testing. You are welcome to try it out and sharing it with your team and friends, but we ask you don't share it on social media and sites like Product Hunt.
We will launch the final version later this week, and we welcome you to share it then.
I'll give you more insights about our stack in a later post, but the gist of it is: back end in Flask (Python), dashboard in Laravel (PHP), hosted on Amazon Web Services.
I look forward to sharing more soon.