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A Closer Look at the Free Google Pages Service
By: Carsten Cumbrowski
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  • A Closer Look at the Free Google Pages Service
  • I was playing...
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    A Closer Look at the Free Google Pages Service

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    It is now about several months ago that Google announced its new Service (currently in Beta)...with the name "Google Pages" or "Google Page Creator" (Url:

    It is intended to give average people and internet newbie's the ability to create a website via a free and easy to use tool. Blogs became main stream over a year ago and proved to be so easy to use, that virtually anybody was able to start one and publish content without the need to take some internet 101 or Web Development classes.

    Google Pages is geared toward the same audience. The difference between Blogs and Google Pages is, that Blogs are meant to be a "Journal" to publish recent News and Events and not permanent content such as a Family History or "About Me" pages. Google Pages tries to fulfill this need.

    The high demand for the new Service forced Google to disable the creation of new Google Pages accounts only a short time after they announced it. New Accounts are only available by invitation only. Only recently did Google add the Google Pages Service to their service "Google for your Domain" making it a low budget (actually no-budget, because it is free) solutions for people that own a domain and want only get a few pages up on the internet.

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