Founded in 2007, Weebly is a San Francisco-based, global platform that lets people easily create a unique website, blog or online store. Millions around the world use Weebly to start their own business, sell online, showcase their achievements and communicate with visitors in a thoughtful and meaningful way. Designed with the first-time business owner in mind, Weebly gives everyone the freedom to build a high-quality site that works brilliantly across any device. Weebly offers a range of pricing options, including free and premium consumer plans, as well as enterprise offerings and is consistently the highest-rated website building mobile app in the App Store and Google Play. Weebly’s investors include Sequoia Capital, Tencent Holdings, Baseline Ventures, Ron Conway and Y Combinator.
Over 30 million people around the world have started a site on Weebly
Weebly sites receive over 250 million unique visitors each month
Weebly is offered in 15 languages: English, French, Spanish, Italian, German, Portuguese, Polish, Norwegian, Dutch, Danish, Swedish, Chinese, Japanese, Russian and Turkish
Weebly has everything you need to plan your site. We’ll help you think it through, offer ideas and inspiration and show you how to organize and design your pages.
Creating your site is surprisingly easy with our powerful site builder. Whether you are a beginner or a pro, our modern themes and ready-made building blocks let you quickly layout your pages, add text and images and customize the design to find the right look for your site.
Publish your site to the address of your choice with a single click and start seeing results. We take care of all the details--including making sure your site looks great everywhere--on laptops, phones and tablets.
Track and measure your success from your own reporting dashboard. We ensure that search engines like Google, Yahoo! and Bing can easily find you. Plus, our easy-to-follow guide is full of tips to help you get your site highly ranked.
David Rusenko, Dan Veltri and Chris Fanini founded Weebly while they were students at Penn State. David recognized his friends wanted to put their resumes online to showcase their work for a job interview and found it extremely difficult. They didn’t know how to code and couldn’t afford to hire a professional designer but still needed to create something that would help them stand out.
David, Dan and Chris then teamed up to build Weebly, the first consumer service that allowed everyone to easily and affordably create a website. Today, Weebly has helped millions of people--entrepreneurs, business owners, teachers, artists and more start something that is uniquely their own.
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Featuring App Center, Mobile Drag-and-Drop Editing, Dashboard, New Editor, New Themes, and New Element and REST APIs
New Reseller Solution Enables Web Hosting Companies to Offer Weebly’s Site Builder to Their Customers
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Leading Website Creation Service Combines Powerful Consumer Experience with Full Customization and Management for the Enterprise
Weebly, a global service that lets anyone create a high-quality website, today announced it is working with Square, a company that brings simple payment and business management solutions to anyone looking to start or grow a business.
Website creation startup Weebly has quietly grown to power a large number of publisher and e-commerce sites over the years, and now it's rolling out a whole new way for users to build experiences on its platform. With the launch of a new iPad app, the company is launching what could be the easiest website creation tool out there.
Weebly, one of the more popular web-based, drag-and-drop solutions for creating websites, has made its way to the iPad for the first time. The app is a comprehensive, end-to-end solution for creating, editing, and managing websites right from the iPad.
The iPad is no longer just for consuming media and the Web; it can also be used as a content-creation tool. Weebly launched an iPad app that bestows on the iPad one of the most frequently needed types of content-creation: website building.
Weebly, supplier and hoster of 25 million content and commerce websites serving 200 million unique visitors monthly, decided to unshackle its digital professional customers from the tyranny of the browser and desktop. It built a native iPad app on iOS 8 to help them build and manage websites from anywhere at anytime.
Weebly now allows you to create a website right in the app.
With More than 25M Sites Created and Over 200M Unique Visitors To Weebly Sites Monthly, Weebly Sets New Standard In Website Creation.
With the clearest site-building interface of them all, along with free accounts, site stats, and downloadable source code, Weebly is definitely worth a look for any would-be website maker.
Arizona's technology industry keeps getting bigger. Weebly, a global website builder, has signed a five-year office lease in Scottsdale for space that will serve as the company's North American customer operations headquarters.
Weebly, a San Francisco-based website creation service, has picked Scottsdale for its North American customer operations headquarters, with plans to open the local office Monday and hire more than 250 employees over the next three years.
For about a third of Americans, the idea of starting their own company is more frightening than skydiving — even as they dream of quitting their jobs and pursuing their passions.
Weebly has been valued at $455 million in a new round of funding from investors eager to cash in on a recent boom in website-creation services.
Weebly, which offers easy-to-use tools for building websites, announced today that it has raised $35 million in Series C funding.
Website-building service Weebly is joining the fray with its announcement that it has grabbed a new $35 million as its third round of institutional funding from Sequoia Capital and Tencent Holdings, Ltd.
Weebly, a profitable San Francisco web-hosting service that provides a drag-and-drop website builder, has raised a $35 million Series C round of funding valuing the company at $455 million from prior investors Sequoia Capital and Tencent Holdings, the mammoth Chinese Internet services holding company.
Online Website Creation Service Sets Sights on Empowering the Personal Economy Worldwide
Website Creation Service Introduces Inspiration Center; Providing Resources to Empower Millions More Entrepreneurs to Start Something of Their Own
If eBay was ecommerce 1.0 and Etsy 2.0 for craftspeople and other small business owners, the 3.0 incarnations are sites like Weebly.
If Silicon Valley is known for anything, it's breakneck innovation, consequences often be damned. Startups debut promising ideas -- or execute an already existing idea better.
The service, which supports international transactions and can be updated via a mobile device, currently supports more than 30,000 active stores.
Is your New Year's resolution to start your own business? With the holiday rush and seasonal specials coming to an end, this could be the ideal time of the year to plan and launch a new startup.
Silicon Valley companies are migrating north and expanding their square footage in San Francisco to attract top talent.
Easy website creation service Weebly is unveiling a new offering that will enable users to create their own e-commerce site. This product includes a mobile store and checkout, filtered search capability, an advanced way to display merchandise, and an integrated shopping cart.
Kimberly Beers, an environmental scientist at a New Hampshire public health laboratory, sells about 20 varieties of her own self-designed “non-toxic” pet toys made from recycled items like used tennis balls on her e-commerce site, WoofPurr.com, to customers throughout the country and the globe. But until last month she refrained from processing those sales through her own online shopping cart.
On the heels of Wix’s debut on the NASDAQ this morning, another veteran website builder is responding with some big news of its own. Since launching in 2006 (the same year as Wix), Weebly has taken a slightly different approach to website creation than its competitors: By catering to entrepreneurs.
It’s been said that under half the businesses in the United States don’t have a presence on the web beyond a quick listing by Google GOOG -0.9%. Part of the reason is that website hosting can be expensive and complicated. Website builder Weebly, which says it hosts blogs and websites for 20 million people, wants to tackle the problem by appealing to part-time entrepreneurs who’d like an online store, but can’t afford the real estate.
Weebly Announces 20M Sites Created With Over 30K Active Online Stores Doing $13M in Monthly Sales; Now Seeing 8M Monthly Global Shoppers
What do Hostess Twinkies, Yahoo and even wristwatches have in common with a personal website in 2013? They're all making a comeback. That's right, in this social-media-savvy age a more personal-personal site is more "stand out of the crowd" than Facebook and more "beyond 140-characters" than Twitter.
Extra credit – At Weebly, every employee gets a company credit card, presumably for anything they might need during the work day (which, like at Netflix, has no set hours). As if that isn't enough, the Web hosting company also provides a $50 monthly credit to Exec, a housecleaning and errand-running service for when its workers are too busy enjoying their free meals, gym membership or bi-monthly massage.
Weebly, the service that lets you, your grandma and anyone else build a website for free, is growing fast. The startup launched out of Y Combinator in 2007 and today hosts over 15 million sites, which together see more than 100 million unique visitors each month. But they also expect this growth to continue, as Weebly co-founder David Rusenko tells us that his company has signed a lease on 36,000-square feet of a historic warehouse in SOMA in downtown San Francisco, which will become its new headquarters.
Less than two months after starting the renovation of an historic warehouse at 460 Bryant, developer Scott Haskins of Sierra Maestra Properties has already landed its anchor tenant.
As three inexperienced college students, an accelerator program, which offered seed funding, along with mentorship, provided the opportunity we needed to take Weebly from a passion project to a full-time startup. As luck would have it, we stumbled on Y Combinator on the very last day of submission and before we knew it, we were packing up our servers and making the cross-country trek to Silicon Valley.
Most people consider themselves lucky if they can land a job with above average pay, a 401(k) and a healthy number of paid vacation days. But in Silicon Valley, that's just where the benefits begin.
Eventually, Rotholz decided to take his idea to the next level, spending a summer at the Yale Entrepreneurial Institute before launching Chairigami. The entire operation was bootstrapped: Rotholz used his $5,000 of bar mitzvah money to launch the company, which now sells most of its products online via a free Weebly website.
Building a website has never been easier. Weebly's drag and drop interface could have you up and running with your own dedicated website featuring images, video and even e-commerce, in under 15 minutes.
Coming up with a great name is hard. You want to choose something that fits your startup idea but also offers flexibility as you grow and evolve your company over time. I often get questioned about how we came up with the name Weebly.
More than 20 years after the advent of the World Wide Web, some might argue that it has already yielded a surfeit of Web pages, mobile sites, and the digital equivalent of shiny time wasters.
Websites are starting to seem pretty old school, as businesses rush to use Facebook, Twitter and other newer mechanisms to reach customers. Weebly doesn't see it that way.
For futurists in Silicon Valley, the question is fundamental, almost philosophical: In the coming years, will the humble website still be the dominant way we interact with the Internet?
In this day and age, if you own a small business, you need a web (and mobile) presence. It's just the way it is. Some might opt just to go for a social media approach, a Twitter account and a Facebook page, but the likelihood is that you want something a little more flexible, high-quality and something that gives you more control over the user experience.
David Rusenko, CEO of Weebly, with tips on how to productively navigate the complex world of web design.
Weebly, the do-it-yourself site builders, announced the launch of several new features, including the release of its Android app and a creator tool to product HTML5 and mobile sites.
Weebly Releases Industry-First Interactive Site Planner and Mobile Site Editing Capabilities, A New Android App, Plus An All New, Powerful HTML5 Site Creator. Global Website Creation Service Announces More Than 100M Unique Visitors to Over 15M Weebly Sites Monthly.
Blogging platform Weebly now has an Android app, aimed at getting a few more of its "millions" of users blogging from their smartphones as well as their computers. The app lets you post, check stats and respond to comments, and can be used to start a blog if you're not already a Weebly user.
Weebly gives everyone a surprisingly easy way to create a high-quality site that they are proud to share. Millions of people have started a site, blog or online store on Weebly and you can too. Weebly sites work brilliantly on computers, phones and tablets. From your Android, Weebly helps you start a new blog or manage your existing Weebly blog or site when on the go.
If you're a blogger, I'm sure you've heard of the popular blog and website platform, Weebly – and now the developers have released an official Weebly application for Android. The application brings site management, statistics, posting capability and push notifications for comments, form entries and site errors.
Blogging is a cruel mix of trying to come up with interesting content and struggling with the software to make a good site. For people who don't want to partake in epic battles against WordPress but need a little more control than Tumblr has to offer, Weebly provides a simple drag-and-drop interface and professional templates to quickly build a great looking platform on which to share your thoughts.
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