Google initiative teaches small businesses how to set up a website
By BuildMyBiz on October 22nd, 2012
October 22, 2012 in Technology
It may seem easy to assume that small business technology initiatives have expanded companies’ selling and customer care channels across numerous devices.
However, this is surprisingly not the case. Many firms are still intimidated by the multitude of options available on the internet. But a new program from Google, called “Get Your Business Online,” is aiming to help small businesses set up a website, NY1 reports.
The initiative was launched last fall, and since then, Google has toured the nation, meeting with hundreds of thousands of small businesses to show them how to create a unique domain name as well as get the chance to receive free web hosting for a year.
“If you’re not online offering your business as a source for the widget or the travel information or whatever you are selling, then people are not going to see you and you aren’t going to be as competitive,” Representative Jerrold Nadler told the news source.
Recently, Google expanded its AdWords credit card pilot to be available to more businesses hoping to use the marketing technology to reach new markets.
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