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Web Development SIG - Google Chronicles

  • 16 Jan 2010
  • 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Great Room (East End - 3rd Floor Administration Building), Notre Dame College, 4545 College Road South Euclid, Ohio 44121-4293
Google Chronicles continues!  Following up on the success of our September 2009 Google Chronicles Meeting, we will have presentations on the following Google products on January 16, 2010:


Independent Web Developer and Designer James R. Stone will demonstrate how you can use Google Sites and Google Website Optimizer.  You will learn how you can use Google Sites to create a website from scratch or from a template.  James will present the strengths and weaknesses of Sites, so you will know if it meets your needs.  Learn about Website Optimizer, Google’s free website testing and optimization tool, which allows you to increase the value of your existing websites without spending a cent.

Independent web consultant Remington Phillips (www.remingtonphillips.com) will give an overview of Google's advertising platform, Google Adwords, and its role in your advertising strategies. You will learn how you can use this service to promote your website, and also explore how Google Adwords fits in with other products in the Google family.


Learn how to harness the power of Google to create a customized search and add videos to your website.  Web Development SIG Leader, Stuart O. Smith, Jr., will show how to create a Google Custom Search/Site Search and add it to your website.  He will also present how easy it is to add a YouTube video to your website. 

More Google Chronicles meetings are planned for the Greater Cleveland PC Users Group (GCPCUG.org - Saturday 1/9/10) and Cleveland Digital Publishing Users Group (CDPUG.org - Thursday 1/28/10).  Each group will cover different Google products that relate to their membership.  Go to their websites for more details.

For more information on Google products go to: www.google.com/intl/en/options/

Meeting location map and directions.

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