Just visit http://tackk.com and get started right away. You can add photos, videos, text, music, maps, forms, and buttons in one click, as well as re-order your sections thanks to the drag-and-drop interface.
Tackk also allows you to customize your fonts and background color / texture. Other features include the ability to make your page (also called a “Tackk”) public or private, embed it on websites and blogs, claim your custom URL (e.g., http://tackk.com/cendrinemedia), and connect with your audience through Facebook comments.
Every edit is saved automatically. And when you are ready to show off your page, you can share it on all the major social media sites (Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, LinkedIn, Tumblr, StumbleUpon, Reddit, Craigslist) and through email.
Note that you will have to sign up for an account if you want to keep your Tackk. It will get deleted within a few days otherwise.
And of course, you can create as many pages as you want.
To see an example of Tackk, click the picture at the top of this article.