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If you run a business, represent a band, or work any job where you need to reach out to a wide audience, then creating a website is the best move you can make. But the thing with creating a website is that you need to know an Internet language to code your site for it to look exactly the way you want.

There are certainly web services that let you create your own sites but they do not offer enough customization options for your webpages to look the way you want them to turn out. Here to offer you a solution to that is a tool called Socialgimme.


Socialgimme is a free to use web service that helps people with no coding know-how in creating websites. The site focuses on a very simple approach to page creation that involves calling your websites “gimmes”. You can create your gimmes, name them, and categorize them.

Once this is done, you will find that your empty page will have blocks on it. You can edit these blocks to include articles, images, videos, banners, RSS feeds, etc. Basically you can add any page element you want to your gimme.



There are a few page features that require a Pro account but most free account users will find the free features to be more than sufficient. When you add a good number of blocks, you can move them around to make your webpage more organized. With everything set, you can publish your page and start its URL with others. If your site gets a good number of visitors you can monetize it using AdSense.

For inspiration, you should check out the gimmes created by others using Socialgimme. You will be surprised at how visually appealing these websites turn out to be.


  • A user friendly web service.
  • Lets you create websites.
  • Lets you add and reorder page elements.
  • Offers a Premium account for advanced page elements.

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  1. thuya8
    June 10, 2012 at 9:17 pm

    thank for sharing free web service

  2. Krzysztof Bu?ko
    June 9, 2012 at 11:45 am

    This is going to be the end of people who make their living from creating websites. Sad, because i'm one of them.