Padlet: A Platform To Create Drag-And-Drop Sharing & Blogging Websites

Do you want to quickly set up a blog or website for a particular topic but feel that WordPress and Tumblr simply involve too many setup steps? If yes, then you should definitely check out a site called Padlet.

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Padlet is currently a free to use web service that offers you an interesting take on blogging and online sharing. Right now people turn to various web services to create their own blogging website; these services include WordPress, Blogger, Tumblr, and many more. But creating a website through them involves a number of steps and for the absolute beginner, even those few steps can be a bit overwhelming.

Apart from absolute beginners, people who want to quickly set up a blog for a dedicated item will also appreciate a service that just lets them start posting things without adding a bunch of details to get started. This is precisely what Padlet offers: a way to quickly setup your own online sharing and blogging website. The site offers you a wall on which you can literally drag and drop the items that you want to share.

Images, videos, and files can simply be dragged from your computer onto the Padlet wall in your web browser. Optionally you can pick a title, description, and an image to define your blog.

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When you want to share the blog, you can simply share its direct URL on various social networking websites. You are also provided with the blog’s embeddable code and its QR code.

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The platform offered by Padlet can be used for commercial purposes to promote brands and products as well as for personal purposes to wish friends a happy birthday. Once you get started, there is no limit to what you can use Padlet for.

Features:

  • A user friendly web service.
  • Lets you quickly setup a blogging / sharing website.
  • Lets you drag items onto your Padlet wall.
  • Offers a direct URL, QR code, and embeddable code for your wall.

Check out Padlet @ http://padlet.com

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