Brownback/Google partner for free KS businesses
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GOOGLE TO PROVIDE FREE WEBSITES & ONLINE TOOLS FOR KANSAS BUSINESSES Google brings “Missouri Get Your Business Online” program to Kansas
Today Google is announcing that it is bringing its successful Get Your Business Online program to Kansas City, Kansas with a series of workshops designed to help area businesses build and grow their presence online.
The workshops, which are completely free to attend, will give participants a free website for their businesses (along with free web hosting for a year), and other free tools, training and resources to help their businesses grow and succeed online. To date, Google has helped over 100,000 businesses nationwide develop and grow their online presence through Get Your Business Online events around the country.
The workshops will be held Thursday, April 25, at Sporting Kansas City. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. with training programs throughout the day.
Sporting Park 1 Sporting Way Kansas City, KS 66111
Workshops at the event will focus on the following:
Build your free website Create and publish a website for your business in less than 60 minutes at our event. Learn how to customize your Google business listing online. • Get a free, easy-to-build, professional website • Get a free customized domain name and hosting for one year • Claim and customize your free Google business listing • Learn how to optimize your new website to be found on Google
Grow your business online Find out how to take advantage of online tools to run and promote your business. • Learn more about Google’s top tools for small businesses, including Google Places, Google AdWords, Google Analytics, and Google Apps • Discover how to get found and attract customers
Businesses wishing for more information or to pre-register can do so online at: http://www.KansasGetOnline.com.
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback will be available for media at 9:00 a.m.
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