“Google’s Page Creator, which launched today, is yet another tool in the company’s arsenal of web-based services — this one aimed squarely at the web site design market,” Rachel Rosmarin reports for Forbes. “Intended as a simplistic way for less-technical people to put up a web page, the free service will compete with products from Microsoft, Apple Computer, Adobe and even News Corp.’s MySpace.”
Rosmarin reports, “Individual pages will be hosted at ‘username.googlepages.com’ and each user will be able to store up to 100 megabytes of information, including images. Pages created with Page Creator will be crawled by Google within a few hours, making the content immediately searchable. This is an advantage over other web-site hosts, which can take days to be included in Google’s search results.”
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