A Genuine Social Impact Venture
The future fits in one's hand
The Smartphone has revolutionized the Internet. The number of connected users has doubled in the last 3 years. 2 billion NEW internet users around the world have discovered the web, and as many people will do the same in the years to come.
A free website builder app, working from any mobile device, in most languages, is an important empowerment tool.
SimDif 2 - A tangible impact, in 5 crucial areas:
Each business needs its own presence on the web.
SimDif 2 is designed to actively help users be visible on Google, and guide them to present the content of their site clearly. We are not talking about a page on a social network like Facebook or instagram, ..., but a space that everybody can control and organise the way they see fit.
SimDif is so simple that some schools use it as a way for students to present their work.
It’s like a game. Teachers can offer students an opportunity to understand how online content is selected, formatted, and organized for a specific audience.
SimDif is an easy, affordable, and modern tool to help students become smarter and safer web users.
Freedom of Speech
The hardest part of expressing a new idea is finding the right support.
SimDif offers free apps on iOS and Android, as well as an online version. This means anyone can create and manage a website with their phone, tablet, or computer from anywhere in the world. SimDif safely hosts its user's sites and content on high-quality servers in France, under European regulation.
SimDif does not welcome scams, spam, viruses, pornography, illegal drugs, or hateful or defamatory content.
Thousands of languages and cultures are underrepresented on the web.
An empowering tool should be open to localization, allowing people to adapt it and share it throughout their communities.
SimDif is designed to be translated into hundreds of languages, by its own users.
Helping people organize themselves online without a technical background.
Supporting community projects like sports, hobbies, rights advocacy, local news, and artistic events.