What is Weebly? - Definition from WhatIs.com
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Weebly is a freemium website creation and Web-hosting service.

David Rusenko, Chris Fanini and Dan Veltri co-founded Weebly in 2006 while attending Pennsylvania State University. The project came together as a result of Penn State's requirement that all students create a Web portfolio; the trio created software that made it easy for anybody to build a personal website.Weebly offers over 100 page design templates and multimedia features such as photo galleries,slideshows, integrated maps, video and audio. Site members can alter the appearance of their Weebly-hosted website by dragging and dropping widgets into different places on the Web page. Content can be managed through the Weebly website, or with Weebly's iPhone app, available on the iTunes App Store. Members with a Weebly website can choose to monetize web pages by using Google AdSense and can track visitor statistics through Weebly's tracking tool or Google Analytics.

 

This was last updated in January 2013
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