Love At First Site:
How to Create Your Own Website Using Google Sites

We used Google Sites in our class. There are many alternatives available including Weebly and Wix. You can read ratings of these and other web site builders.

Google Sites allows you to create web sites with Anchor links. This site is an example. You can learn about anchor links.

Here are 6 sites that were built using Google Sites. You might want to look at them to give you ideas of what you can do with Google Sites.

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Site 2
Site 3
Site 4
Site 5
Site 6

If Google doesn't find your site, you might try following the directions on this site to solve the problem. Unfortunately, the directions are a bit complicated. Another solution to get Google to find your site is to use Google Search Console. Directions for using Search Console are available here.

Submit your links to Bing using this site.

Both Google and Bing will reduce your position in their search engine if your web site is not mobile friendly, i.e. if it doesn't look good on cell phones. You can verify your site is mobile friendly by testing it here.

You can purchase your own domain name, e.g. at many locations, including Google. Once you do that, if you are using Google Sites to create your web site, follow these directions.

If you create your website on Google Sites first, and then later decide you'd like to switch from their domain to your own domain, follow these directions.

Google Analytics can provide you with a lot of information about how many people visit your website, as well as what country do they live in and much more. Directions are available for using Google Analytics.

If you have questions about using Google Sites or would like to learn more about how to use it, visit any of these 3 web sites:

Site 1

Site 2

Site 3