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Posted on: April 22, 2013

Google to host classes to help businesses get online

As part of its Kansas Get Your Business Online program, Google will host classes on April 25 at Sporting Park in Kansas City. These classes are designed to help Kansas businesses grow by building a web presence that enables them to reach the many customers who look for local products and services on the internet. Gov. Sam Brownback will address participants at 9 a.m.

Kansas Get Your Business Online is a Google-led program dedicated to driving economic growth by providing Kansas companies the tools and resources to get online and grow their businesses. The program provides a free website and a free customized domain name and hosting for one year, along with other tools and resources.

The April 25 event will include classes to help a business start a website and expand its online presence. Google will help participants create and publish websites, register domain names and learn how to customize their websites. Classes will also cover topics such as search engine optimization, analytics and improved online efficiency.

Businesses can find website building tools and assistance at: www.KansasGetOnline.com.

WHAT/WHO: Kansas Get Your Business Online web seminar, with remarks from Gov. Brownback.

WHEN/WHERE: Registration begins at 8 a.m. Thursday April 25 at Sporting Park, 1 Sporting Way, Kansas City, Kan. 66111. Complimentary parking is available at the venue’s parking lot. From State Avenue, turn on Sporting Way, and then turn right at the West Box Office lane into the Sprint Plaza. Follow the signs to reach event registration.

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