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20 Free and Easy Website Building Tools

Creating your own website can be an intimidating task if you don’t have a background in web design. The good news is that there are a lot of tools to help you make a website in minutes, and you don’t have to know any HTML! Some of these tools are so powerful that the average visitor will have no clue that you didn’t create your website from scratch. Furthermore, a lot of these tools are free.

So, what are you waiting for? Read the list of the 20 best website building tools below to find out which one is right for you.



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Wix makes web design as easy as it comes. You simply choose a template, customize it, and then publish it online. They have tons of templates to choose from, so it won’t be obvious that you make your website with a website building tool.

Website: Wix.com



Weebly has a very robust platform for website creation, yet it’s intuitive. It’s a great option for teachers, since it can allow teachers to create a website and have students create websites. The student websites can be moderated and managed.

Website: Weebly.com



One nice thing about Webon is that web hosting is included. So, you don’t have to buy a web host and worry about connecting it with your website. Webon has over 200 templates and a drag-and-drop interface.

Website: Webon.angelfire.lycos.com



Webs is a good website building tool not just for its templates, but also for all the widgets that it has available. Users can add widgets for polling, calendars, or choose from third-party widgets.

Website: Webs.com



Webnode is intuitive and allows users to design powerful websites. It’s known especially for its speed. You can create a website with Webnode in minutes.

Website: Webnode.com



Tumblr is a popular choice for many bloggers. Given that it’s so popular, there’s a lot of support for it. You can choose from hundreds of themes. You can also easily follow or be followed by other blogs.

Website: Tumblr.com



Jimdo is easy to create a website with because the tool separates the process into steps. You sign up, then you are directed to your page. After this, you can add words, images, or videos. Lastly, you can change the design by selecting from templates. You can add more pages in a similar fashion.

Website: Jimdo.com



Puzl is a good choice for advanced users, as well as nontechnical users. It’s also especially nice for professionals, as Puzl has features for search engine optimization. This is nice because it means that your website will be more likely to rank higher in search engine results.

Website: Puzl.com



Yola offers a lot of templates, which can be customized to suit a user’s taste. If you’re completely new to web design, you may find the forums and tutorials helpful. Additionally, Yola is very responsive to user help requests.

Website: Yola.com



Webstarts is great for professionals or for personal use. You can choose from templates and customize or you can create your own. To add images, videos, or text, all you need to do is drag and drop.

Website: Webstarts.com

Google Sites


This is a good website building tools for Google users, since you can use your Google account. The service is easy to find in Google’s list of services. You can choose from a variety of templates. One nice feature about Google Sites is that you can add other contributors easily.

Website: Sites.google.com



Jigsy has an intuitive, appealing interface. You can create a website using the drag-and-drop editor. Users can select and customize a template. Furthermore, it’s also easy to setup PayPal on your Jigsy website, so you can sell items easily.

Website: Jigsy.com



SchoolRack is ideal for teachers looking to create a website for a class. This website building tool has many features that teachers may find useful, such as a feature to add assignments and accounts for students and their parents.

Website: Schoolrack.com

350 pages


350 pages offers users web hosting so that users don’t have to figure out how to install or configure their website. The web servers that websites are hosted on are reliable and secure. You select a template and you can customize it. 350 pages is simple and powerful.

Website: 350.com



Smore is an online tool that lets users build what they call ‘interactive flyers.’ These interactive flyers are really just websites. You can add or delete content using the drag-and-drop feature.

Website: Smore.com



Edicy is a nice website building tool to use if you’re a professional. Many templates  that the website has available are classy and simple. As an added bonus, Edicy has support for creating multilingual websites.

Website: Edicy.com



This website building tool is useful for users who just want to have a page with some information on it. It’s not as powerful or complex as other tools, though, this may be considered a plus to some users. You can create a page without registering.

Website: Checkthis.com



SnapPages motto is “Drag. Drop. Done.” It’s incredibly easy to create, customize, and manage websites with this service. The free version has limited space, but users can choose to upgrade if they don’t mind paying a monthly fee.

Website: Snappages.com



PageORama is a simple website building tool with a powerful text editor. You can also add images and other media. Managing and editing content is also a breeze.

Tripod can be used to create very professional websites. This website building tool has a drag-and-drop feature, along with other useful features and services.

Website: Pageorama.com



Doomby can be used to create anything, whether it’s a blog, a personal website, or an online store. It has support for search engine optimization and users can expect to get responsive assistance if issues arise.

Website: Doomby.com

Web development is becoming easier and easier. If you don’t know anything about coding or design, you can make a website that looks and functions like some of your favorite sites.

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Igor Ovsyannykov

Igor Ovsyannykov

Igor Ovsyannykov is a 23 year old geek, blogger, and designer. He mostly spends his time working here and sharing resourceful knowledge with others. He also enjoys weight lifting, hanging out with friends, and losing his mind to progressive house music. If you would like to reach him, send him an email to inspirationfeed@yahoo.com

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