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  2. Google Sites: Sign-in

    www.sites.google.com

    Access Google Sites with a personal Google account or Google Workspace account (for business use).

  3. Google can help you purchase a domain through one of our domain host partners. During sign up, just select the option to 'Buy a new domain.'. We'll then guide you through the process to help you...

  4. How to use Google Sites - Sites Help

    support.google.com/sites/answer/6372878

    How to use Google Sites; Create, name, delete, or copy a site; Change how your site looks; Delete or restore your site; Find what's changed in a site; Compare new Sites & classic Sites; What you...

  5. Create & name a Google site. On a computer, open new Google Sites. At the top, under "Start a new site," select a template. At the top left, enter the name of your site and press Enter. Add content...

  6. Sites Help - Google

    support.google.com/sites

    Get started with Google Sites. How to use Google Sites. Create, name, delete, or copy a site. Change how your site looks. Delete or restore your site. Find what's changed in a site. Compare new...

  7. Google Sites - Chrome Web Store - Google Chrome

    chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/google-sites/...

    Your content, at its best Carefully created themes help make your content stand out. Sites intelligently optimizes your work so it looks great on desktop, tablet, or mobile. Designed for...

  8. Create your site - Google Workspace Learning Center

    support.google.com/a/users/answer/9310491

    Create your site. From the Sites homepage, at the top, click Create , or to choose a template, click Template gallery and select a template. From Google Drive, click New More Google Sites. Note:...

  9. Publish & share your site - Sites Help - Google

    support.google.com/sites/answer/6372880

    On a computer, open the site you want to move in classic Google Sites. At the top, click Share. Under "Invite people," add your work, school, or other group email address. Next to your email address, choose "Is owner." Click Send. Step 2: Make a copy of the site. On a computer, open the site you want to move in classic Google Sites.

  10. Use a custom domain for your site - Sites Help - Google

    support.google.com/sites/answer/9068867

    To use a custom domain for your site, you can: Select a domain from your Google Domains account (if you have one). Use a domain you own that is registered elsewhere. Buy a new domain with Google Domains. Important: Only the owner of a site can connect it to a domain. Learn more about how to change the site owner.

  11. The Ultimate Google Sites Tutorial [20+ Templates & Examples]

    blog.hubspot.com/website/google-sites-tutorial

    Google Sites is Google's own CMS that allows you to build a website for free. You can use your own domain and customize your template with copy, images, fonts, headers, footers, and menus. If you’re an experienced website builder or consider yourself particularly tech-savvy, Google’s framework provides plenty of web development and deployment options to leverage at your leisure.